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Meanings of Unoiled:

adjective

Not oiled.

Usage examples:

Unoiled hinges

Meanings of Unoily:

adjective

Not oily. later chiefly of food: not cooked with or containing too much oil or fat.

Meanings of Unold:

adjective

Not old; not affected by age.

Meanings of Unominously:

adverb

Not ominously.

Meanings of Unopen:

adjective

Not open.

Meanings of Unopenable:

adjective

Not openable; firmly fastened, sealed, or closed.

Unopened

ʌnˈəʊp(ə)nd

Meanings of Unopened:

adjective

Not opened.

Usage examples:

Unopened mail

Meanings of Unopening:

adjective

That does not open.

Meanings of Unopenly:

adverb

Not openly: without candour or transparency.

Meanings of Unoperated:

adjective

That has not undergone surgery.

Meanings of Unoperating:

adjective

Not operating, inoperative.

Meanings of Unoperative:

adjective

Not operative or functioning; = "inoperative".

Meanings of Unoperculate:

adjective

= unoperculated .

Meanings of Unoperculated:

adjective

Having no operculum.

Meanings of Unopinionated:

adjective

Not opinionated; disinclined to form or express an opinion.

Meanings of Unopposed:

adjective

Not opposed; unchallenged.

Usage examples:

She was elected unopposed as leader

Meanings of Unopposite:

adjective

Not opposite. of a person: even-handed; amenable, tractable.

Meanings of Unoppressed:

adjective

Not oppressed; especially free from oppressive influences.

Meanings of Unoppressive:

adjective

Not oppressive.

Meanings of Unoppressively:

adverb

In an unoppressive manner; not oppressively.

Meanings of Unopulent:

adjective

Not opulent; especially not wealthy, impoverished.

Meanings of Unordain:

verb

To make unordained; especially to divest (a priest or minister) of holy orders; to defrock. also (without object): to recant or reverse a previous (act of) ordination.

Meanings of Unordained:

adjective

Not having been ordained as a priest or minister.

Usage examples:

They are as ardent as any unordained christian

Meanings of Unorder:

verb

To recall or cancel an order for (something); to countermand.

Unordered

ˌʌnˈɔː.dəd

Meanings of Unordered:

adjective

Not put in order; disorderly.

Usage examples:

It accepts ordered and unordered lists without trying to enclose them in paragraph tags.

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