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Unkindness

ʌnˈkʌɪndnəs

Meanings of Unkindness:

noun

Inconsiderate and harsh behaviour.

Usage examples:

She had had enough of her father's unkindness

Meanings of Unkindred:

adjective

That is not kindred; that has different qualities, origins, characteristics, etc.; unrelated; unlike, dissimilar.

Meanings of Unking:

verb

Remove (a monarch) from power.

Usage examples:

Charles i was beheaded by parliament on january 30, 1649, but he was unkinged by his own actions lo…

Unkinged

ʌnˈkɪŋ

Meanings of Unkinged:

verb

Remove (a monarch) from power.

Usage examples:

Charles i was beheaded by parliament on january 30, 1649, but he was unkinged by his own actions lo…

Meanings of Unkinglike:

adjective

Not resembling, characteristic of, or befitting a king.

Meanings of Unkingly:

adjective

Not in accordance with the position or character of a king; not appropriate to or suitable for a king; not regal.

Meanings of Unkink:

verb

Straighten or become straight.

Usage examples:

The next job was to unkink the twisted christmas lights

Meanings of Unkinlike:

adjective

Not characteristic or typical of kin; not demonstrating familial feeling.

Meanings of Unkiss:

verb

To revoke a kiss already bestowed upon (a person or thing).

Meanings of Unkissed:

adjective

Not kissed; without being kissed.

Meanings of Unkneaded:

adjective

Of dough, clay, etc.: that has not been kneaded; (figurative) not fully prepared or ready; immature; undeveloped. also (of bread): prepared without kneading.

Meanings of Unknelled:

adjective

Not commemorated by the ringing of a death knell; unmourned. chiefly figurative in later use.

Unknew

(ˌ)ʌnˈnəʊ

Meanings of Unknew:

verb

Erase the memory or knowledge of (something, typically something unpleasant or distasteful).

Usage examples:

Once you have information about what’s in your genes, you can’t unknow it

Meanings of Unknight:

verb

To remove (a person) from the rank of knight; to strip of a knighthood.

Meanings of Unknighted:

adjective

Not (yet) raised to the rank of knight; not granted a knighthood.

Meanings of Unknightlike:

adjective

Not appropriate to or suitable for a knight; = unknightly .

Meanings of Unknightly:

adjective

Not in accordance with the position or character of a knight; not appropriate to or suitable for a knight; not noble or chivalrous.

Unknit

ʌnˈnɪt

Meanings of Unknit:

verb

Separate (things that are joined, knotted, or interlocked).

Usage examples:

Breast heaving, violet gaped at her former siblings, her brows knitting and unknitting themselves a…

Unknits

ʌnˈnɪt

Meanings of Unknits:

verb

Separate (things that are joined, knotted, or interlocked).

Usage examples:

Breast heaving, violet gaped at her former siblings, her brows knitting and unknitting themselves a…

Unknitted

ʌnˈnɪt

Meanings of Unknitted:

verb

Separate (things that are joined, knotted, or interlocked).

Usage examples:

Breast heaving, violet gaped at her former siblings, her brows knitting and unknitting themselves a…

Meanings of Unknitting:

verb

Separate (things that are joined, knotted, or interlocked).

Usage examples:

Breast heaving, violet gaped at her former siblings, her brows knitting and unknitting themselves a…

Unknot

ʌnˈnɒt

Meanings of Unknot:

verb

Release or untie the knot or knots in.

Usage examples:

He swiftly unknotted his tie

Unknots

ˌʌnˈnɒt

Meanings of Unknots:

verb

Release or untie the knot or knots in.

Usage examples:

He swiftly unknotted his tie

Meanings of Unknotted:

verb

Release or untie the knot or knots in.

Usage examples:

He swiftly unknotted his tie

Unknotting

ˌʌnˈnɒt

Meanings of Unknotting:

verb

Release or untie the knot or knots in.

Usage examples:

He swiftly unknotted his tie

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