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Meanings of Undoable:

adjective

Unable to be done; impracticable.

Usage examples:

Some wild request that's almost undoable

Meanings of Undock:

verb

Separate (a spacecraft) from another in space.

Usage examples:

Conrad undocked gemini and used his thruster to back slowly away

Meanings of Undocked:

verb

Separate (a spacecraft) from another in space.

Usage examples:

Conrad undocked gemini and used his thruster to back slowly away

Meanings of Undocking:

verb

Separate (a spacecraft) from another in space.

Usage examples:

Conrad undocked gemini and used his thruster to back slowly away

Undocks

ʌnˈdɒk

Meanings of Undocks:

verb

Separate (a spacecraft) from another in space.

Usage examples:

Conrad undocked gemini and used his thruster to back slowly away

Meanings of Undoctored:

adjective

Something that is undoctored is in its original state or has not changed in order to deceive people

Usage examples:

Before you book your hotel take a look at the website, which shows undoctored photographs of resort…

Meanings of Undocumented:

adjective

Not recorded in or proved by documents.

Usage examples:

Earlier, undocumented settlements

Meanings of Undogmatic:

adjective

Not dogmatic.

Usage examples:

He is a most undogmatic composer with a great appreciation of musical history.

Undoing

ʌnˈduː.ɪŋ

Meanings of Undoing:

noun

A person's ruin or downfall.

Usage examples:

He knew of his ex-partner's role in his undoing
verb

Unfasten, untie, or loosen (something).

Usage examples:

The knot was difficult to undo

Undomesticated

ˌʌn.dəˈmes.tɪ.keɪ.tɪd

Meanings of Undomesticated:

adjective

Not domesticated.

Usage examples:

I never cook for him and i am totally undomesticated

Undone

ʌnˈdʌn

Meanings of Undone:

adjective

Not tied or fastened.

Usage examples:

The top few buttons of his shirt were undone
verb

Unfasten, untie, or loosen (something).

Usage examples:

The knot was difficult to undo

Undotted

ʌnˈdɒt.ɪd

Meanings of Undotted:

adjective

If a letter of the alphabet is undotted, it does not have the dot (= very small round mark) or dots on it that it usually has

Usage examples:

Her writing was hard to read, with lower-case i's undotted, g's that looked like y's, and sentences…

Undoubtable

ʌnˈdaʊ.tə.bəl

Meanings of Undoubtable:

adjective

Not able to be doubted; indubitable.

Usage examples:

Anyway, that aside, the cultural impact and importance of the series is undoubtable, regardless of …

Meanings of Undoubted:

adjective

Not questioned or doubted by anyone.

Usage examples:

Her undoubted ability

Undoubtedly

ʌnˈdaʊ.tɪd.li

Meanings of Undoubtedly:

adverb

Without doubt; certainly.

Usage examples:

They are undoubtedly guilty

Undoubting

ʌnˈdaʊ.tɪŋ

Meanings of Undoubting:

adjective

Certain and not showing any feelings of doubt

Usage examples:

He was often doubtful about himself but always undoubting about the truth., we see with undoubting …

Undrained

ʌnˈdreɪnd

Meanings of Undrained:

adjective

Not emptied of water; not drained.

Usage examples:

Undrained marshes

Meanings of Undramatic:

adjective

Lacking the qualities expected in drama.

Usage examples:

An undramatic libretto

Meanings of Undramatized:

adjective

Not described, shown, or performed as part of a book, play, film, etc.

Usage examples:

The book leaves key situations undramatised, so relationships seem confusing, though in the end the…

Meanings of Undraped:

adjective

Not covered with cloth or drapery.

Usage examples:

Leave the bed frame undraped for a smart shaker look

Meanings of Undrawn:

adjective

(of curtains) not drawn across the window; open.

Usage examples:

Upstairs the curtains are undrawn and i watch myself in a mist of cotton nightdress that hides scar…

Meanings of Undreamed:

adjective

Not thought to be possible (used to express pleasant surprise at the amount, extent, or level of something).

Usage examples:

She is now enjoying undreamed-of success

Undreamed-of

ʌnˈdriːmd əv

Meanings of Undreamed-of:

adjective

Better or greater than anyone would think possible

Usage examples:

Through the internet, we have access to information that was undreamed of 30 years ago.

Meanings of Undreamt:

adjective

Not thought to be possible (used to express pleasant surprise at the amount, extent, or level of something).

Usage examples:

She is now enjoying undreamed-of success

Undreamt-of

ʌnˈdriːmd əv

Meanings of Undreamt-of:

adjective

Better or greater than anyone would think possible

Usage examples:

Through the internet, we have access to information that was undreamed of 30 years ago.

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