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Meanings of Unkennel:

verb

To drive (a fox) from its earth.

Meanings of Unkenneled:

adjective

Of a fox: driven from its earth. frequently (and in earliest use) figurative and in figurative contexts: that has been forced out into the open; exposed, revealed.

Meanings of Unkennelled:

adjective

Of a fox: driven from its earth. frequently (and in earliest use) figurative and in figurative contexts: that has been forced out into the open; exposed, revealed.

Meanings of Unkenning:

adjective

Unknowing, unaware; ignorant.

Meanings of Unkent:

adjective

Unknown.

Meanings of Unkept:

adjective

(of a commitment or undertaking) not honoured or fulfilled.

Usage examples:

Unkept appointments and broken promises

Meanings of Unkerchiefed:

adjective

Without a kerchief; not wearing a kerchief; characterized by the absence of a kerchief.

Meanings of Unket:

adjective

Unknown, unfamiliar; strange, unusual. chiefly english regional (yorkshire) and irish english in later use.

Meanings of Unkey:

verb

To remove the keystone from (an arch, etc.). also in extended use. compare "key".

Meanings of Unkeyed:

adjective

Of a musical instrument: that does not have keys; keyless.

Meanings of Unkicked:

adjective

Not kicked.

Meanings of Unkillability:

noun

The quality of not being killable.

Unkillable

ˌʌnˈkɪl.ə.bəl

Meanings of Unkillable:

adjective

Not able to be killed.

Usage examples:

I have just killed a supposedly unkillable mechanical touch keyboard.

Meanings of Unkilled:

adjective

Not killed or destroyed.

Meanings of Unkilling:

adjective

That does not or cannot kill; non-lethal; non-fatal.

Meanings of Unkilned:

adjective

Not fired, baked, or dried in a kiln.

Unkind

ʌnˈkaɪnd

Meanings of Unkind:

adjective

Inconsiderate and harsh to others.

Usage examples:

You were terribly unkind to her

Meanings of Unkinder:

adjective

Inconsiderate and harsh to others.

Usage examples:

You were terribly unkind to her

Unkindest

ʌnˈkaɪnd

Meanings of Unkindest:

adjective

Inconsiderate and harsh to others.

Usage examples:

You were terribly unkind to her

Meanings of Unkindhearted:

adjective

Having an unkind nature; cold-hearted, unsympathetic. often in negative constructions.

Meanings of Unkindled:

adjective

Not kindled; not inflamed or ignited.

Meanings of Unkindliness:

noun

The quality or state of being unkindly; lack of kindness or sympathy; unkindness, cold-heartedness.

Meanings of Unkindling:

adjective

That does not become inflamed or impassioned; that does not kindle or ignite something (literal and figurative).

Unkindly

ʌnˈkaɪnd.li

Meanings of Unkindly:

adverb

In a way that does not treat someone very well, or does not consider someone's feelings

Usage examples:

"it makes you look older," she said unkindly., i don't think he meant it unkindly.

Unkindness

ʌnˈkʌɪndnəs

Meanings of Unkindness:

noun

Inconsiderate and harsh behaviour.

Usage examples:

She had had enough of her father's unkindness

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