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Meanings of Unlawyered:

adjective

Without a lawyer; not advised, assisted, or influenced by a lawyer or lawyers.

Meanings of Unlawyerlike:

adjective

Not lawyer-like; uncharacteristic of or inappropriate to a lawyer.

Unlay

ʌnˈleɪ

Meanings of Unlay:

verb

Untwist (a rope) into separate strands.

Usage examples:

A knife is helpful here to get things started, but they unlay easily once you've gotten it going.

Unlays

ʌnˈleɪ

Meanings of Unlays:

verb

Untwist (a rope) into separate strands.

Usage examples:

A knife is helpful here to get things started, but they unlay easily once you've gotten it going.

Meanings of Unleached:

adjective

Not leached, not subjected to the action of percolating liquid.

Meanings of Unlead:

verb

To remove lead from; especially to strip the lead from (a building, a roof, etc.).

Unleaded

ʌnˈled.ɪd

Meanings of Unleaded:

adjective

(especially of petrol) without added lead.

Usage examples:

Spanish fuel stations supply most internationally known brands of unleaded petrol (gasolina sin plo…
noun

Petrol without added lead.

Usage examples:

The car was converted to run on unleaded

Meanings of Unleaf:

verb

To strip of leaves; to defoliate.

Meanings of Unleafed:

adjective

Without leaves or foliage; leafless.

Meanings of Unleakable:

adjective

That does not leak; not susceptible to leakage.

Meanings of Unlean:

adjective

Not lean; (of a person) having superfluous body fat, not slim; (of food) containing a large amount of fat.

Unlearn

ʌnˈlɜːn

Meanings of Unlearn:

verb

Discard (something learned, especially a bad habit or false or outdated information) from one's memory.

Usage examples:

Teachers are being asked to unlearn rigid rules for labelling and placing children

Meanings of Unlearnability:

noun

The quality of being difficult or impossible to learn.

Unlearned

ʌnˈlɜːn

Meanings of Unlearned:

adjective

(of a person) not well educated.

Usage examples:

He appealed to an unlearned audience as well as to sympathetic scholars
verb

Discard (something learned, especially a bad habit or false or outdated information) from one's memory.

Usage examples:

Teachers are being asked to unlearn rigid rules for labelling and placing children

Meanings of Unlearnedness:

noun

The quality or condition of being unlearned; lack of learning or sophistication; ignorance.

Unlearns

ʌnˈlɜːn

Meanings of Unlearns:

verb

Discard (something learned, especially a bad habit or false or outdated information) from one's memory.

Usage examples:

Teachers are being asked to unlearn rigid rules for labelling and placing children

Unlearnt

ʌnˈləːnd

Meanings of Unlearnt:

verb

Discard (something learned, especially a bad habit or false or outdated information) from one's memory.

Usage examples:

Teachers are being asked to unlearn rigid rules for labelling and placing children
adjective

Not having been learned.

Usage examples:

She found herself on the stage, lines unlearned

Meanings of Unleasable:

adjective

Impossible to lease; unsuitable for leasing.

Meanings of Unleased:

adjective

Of land, property, etc.: not held or let on lease.

Meanings of Unleash:

verb

Release (a dog) from a leash.

Usage examples:

They dig up badger setts and unleash terriers into them

Unleashed

ʌnˈliːʃ

Meanings of Unleashed:

verb

Release (a dog) from a leash.

Usage examples:

They dig up badger setts and unleash terriers into them

Unleashes

ʌnˈliːʃ

Meanings of Unleashes:

verb

Release (a dog) from a leash.

Usage examples:

They dig up badger setts and unleash terriers into them

Meanings of Unleave:

verb

To strip of leaves; to defoliate.

Meanings of Unleaved:

adjective

Without leaves or foliage; leafless.

Unleavened

ʌnˈlev.ənd

Meanings of Unleavened:

adjective

(of bread) made without yeast or other raising agent.

Usage examples:

For one thing, it was unleavened bread, as yeast wasn't added to dough until the egyptians accident…

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