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Meanings of Unknotty:

adjective

Not knotty; having no knots.

Meanings of Unknow:

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 Unknowable:

adjective

Not able to be known.

Usage examples:

The total cost is unknowable

Meanings of Unknowableness:

noun

The quality, state, or fact of being unknowable.

Unknowing

(ˌ)ʌnˈnəʊ

Meanings of Unknowing:

adjective

Not knowing or aware.

Usage examples:

The lions moved stealthily towards their unknowing victims
noun

Lack of awareness or knowledge.

Usage examples:

Situatedness promises knowledge but in practice leaves us in a cloud of unknowing about our place i…
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

Unknowingly

ʌnˈnəʊ.ɪŋ.li

Meanings of Unknowingly:

adverb

Without being aware of something; unintentionally.

Usage examples:

Every day, we are unknowingly exposed to a variety of pesticides

Unknowledgeable

ˌʌnˈnɒl.ɪ.dʒə.bəl

Meanings of Unknowledgeable:

adjective

Not well informed or educated.

Usage examples:

She was extremely unknowledgeable about investments

Meanings of Unknownly:

adverb

Unknowingly, unwittingly; unintentionally.

Meanings of Unknowns:

noun

An unknown person or thing.

Usage examples:

She is a relative unknown
adjective

Not known or familiar.

Usage examples:

Exploration into unknown territory

Meanings of Unknownst:

adjective

Chiefly in adverbial clauses. without being known; without the knowledge of; unknown to.

Meanings of Unkosher:

adjective

(of food, places where food is sold, or methods of preparing food) not allowed by jewish law or not following the rules of jewish law

Usage examples:

The restaurant serves both kosher and unkosher meat., every restaurant that we contacted was unkosh…

Meanings of Unlabeled:

adjective

Without a label; not labelled.

Usage examples:

Bottles of unlabelled white wine

Unlabelled

ˌʌnˈleɪ.bəld

Meanings of Unlabelled:

adjective

Without a label; not labelled.

Usage examples:

Bottles of unlabelled white wine

Meanings of Unlabored:

adjective

Done with ease or fluency.

Usage examples:

Flexibility and unlaboured movement

Meanings of Unlaborious:

adjective

Not laborious; not requiring or characterized by hard work or exertion.

Meanings of Unlaboriousness:

noun

The state or quality of not being laborious; lack of effort, exertion, or diligence.

Meanings of Unlaboured:

adjective

Done with ease or fluency.

Usage examples:

Flexibility and unlaboured movement

Unlace

ʌnˈleɪs

Meanings of Unlace:

verb

Undo the laces of (a shoe or garment).

Usage examples:

She unlaced her boots

Meanings of Unlaced:

verb

Undo the laces of (a shoe or garment).

Usage examples:

She unlaced her boots

Meanings of Unlaces:

verb

Undo the laces of (a shoe or garment).

Usage examples:

She unlaced her boots

Unlacing

ʌnˈleɪs

Meanings of Unlacing:

verb

Undo the laces of (a shoe or garment).

Usage examples:

She unlaced her boots

Meanings of Unlacquered:

adjective

Not covered, coated, or treated with lacquer.

Meanings of Unlade:

verb

Unload (a ship or cargo).

Usage examples:

Now when we had discovered cyprus, we left it on the left hand, and sailed into syria, and landed a…

Unladed

ʌnˈleɪd

Meanings of Unladed:

verb

Unload (a ship or cargo).

Usage examples:

Now when we had discovered cyprus, we left it on the left hand, and sailed into syria, and landed a…

Meanings of Unladen:

adjective

Not carrying a load.

Usage examples:

Unladen, the boat heeled to starboard

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