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Unconvincingly

ˌʌn.kənˈvɪn.sɪŋ.li

Meanings of Unconvincingly:

adverb

In a way that does not seem true or real

Usage examples:

Various ministers claimed, unconvincingly, that they were not worried., "i was not nervous, just te…

Meanings of Uncooked:

adjective

Not cooked; raw.

Usage examples:

A lump of uncooked dough

Meanings of Uncool:

adjective

Not fashionable or impressive.

Usage examples:

An uncool haircut

Uncooperative

ʌnkəʊˈɒp(ə)rətɪv

Meanings of Uncooperative:

adjective

Unwilling to help others or do what they ask.

Usage examples:

I can recall him soothing uncooperative clients on the telephone

Uncooperatively

ˌʌn.kəʊˈɒp.ər.ə.tɪv.li

Meanings of Uncooperatively:

adverb

In an uncooperative way (= not willing to work with or be helpful to people)

Usage examples:

"what?" she said uncooperatively., when all players act cooperatively, each does better than when a…

Uncooperativeness

ˌʌn.kəʊˈɒp.ər.ə.tɪv.nəs

Meanings of Uncooperativeness:

noun

The fact or quality of being uncooperative.

Uncoordinated

ˌʌn.kəʊˈɔː.dɪn.eɪ.tɪd

Meanings of Uncoordinated:

adjective

Badly organized.

Usage examples:

Expensive mistakes resulting from uncoordinated manufacturing strategies

Meanings of Uncoordinately:

adjective

Badly organized.

Usage examples:

Expensive mistakes resulting from uncoordinated manufacturing strategies

Meanings of Uncopiable:

adjective

Impossible to copy or reproduce.

Usage examples:

They cannot resist the challenge of copying something designed to be uncopiable

Uncord

ʌnˈkɔːd

Meanings of Uncord:

verb

Remove the cord from.

Usage examples:

The sword came out smoothly, the moon reflecting on its blade as the general raised his right arm, …

Uncorded

ʌnˈkɔːd

Meanings of Uncorded:

verb

Remove the cord from.

Usage examples:

The sword came out smoothly, the moon reflecting on its blade as the general raised his right arm, …

Uncording

ʌnˈkɔːd

Meanings of Uncording:

verb

Remove the cord from.

Usage examples:

The sword came out smoothly, the moon reflecting on its blade as the general raised his right arm, …

Meanings of Uncork:

verb

Pull the cork out of (a bottle or other container).

Usage examples:

Reid uncorked the bottle

Uncorked

ʌnˈkɔːk

Meanings of Uncorked:

verb

Pull the cork out of (a bottle or other container).

Usage examples:

Reid uncorked the bottle

Uncorking

ʌnˈkɔːk

Meanings of Uncorking:

verb

Pull the cork out of (a bottle or other container).

Usage examples:

Reid uncorked the bottle

Uncorks

ʌnˈkɔːk

Meanings of Uncorks:

verb

Pull the cork out of (a bottle or other container).

Usage examples:

Reid uncorked the bottle

Uncorrected

ʌnkəˈrɛktɪd

Meanings of Uncorrected:

adjective

Not corrected.

Usage examples:

Uncorrected mistakes of grammar

Uncorrelated

ʌnˈkɒrəleɪtɪd

Meanings of Uncorrelated:

adjective

Not correlated; lacking a mutual relationship or connection.

Usage examples:

Maximum economies of scale mean the essential goods are uncorrelated.

Meanings of Uncorrelatedly:

adjective

Not correlated; lacking a mutual relationship or connection.

Usage examples:

Maximum economies of scale mean the essential goods are uncorrelated.

Meanings of Uncorroborated:

adjective

Not confirmed or supported by other evidence or information.

Usage examples:

The unreliability of uncorroborated confessions

Meanings of Uncorrupted:

adjective

Not corrupted.

Usage examples:

Lucinda is uncorrupted by nefarious influences

Uncos

ˈʌŋkə

Meanings of Uncos:

noun

A stranger.

Usage examples:

Best of all, even a total unco like me can complete the tasks with a bit of practice.
adjective

Unusual or remarkable.

Usage examples:

I was so excited i tripped and twisted my ankle (although not, of course, in an unco way).
adverb

Remarkably; very.

Usage examples:

It's got an unco fine taste

Meanings of Uncountable:

adjective

Too many to be counted (usually in hyperbolic use).

Usage examples:

She'd spent uncountable nights in this very bed

Uncounted

ʌnˈkaʊntɪd

Meanings of Uncounted:

adjective

Not counted.

Usage examples:

The numbers could have included previously uncounted children

Meanings of Uncouple:

verb

Disconnect (something, especially a railway vehicle that has been coupled to another).

Usage examples:

They uncoupled the engine

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