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Meanings of Unnaked:

adjective

Not naked; clothed, covered up.

Unnamable

ˌʌnˈneɪ.mə.bəl

Meanings of Unnamable:

adjective

Not able to be named, especially because too bad or horrific.

Usage examples:

His mind was blank with an unnameable fear

Unnameable

ˌʌnˈneɪ.mə.bəl

Meanings of Unnameable:

adjective

Not able to be named, especially because too bad or horrific.

Usage examples:

His mind was blank with an unnameable fear

Unnamed

ʌnˈneɪmd

Meanings of Unnamed:

adjective

Not named.

Usage examples:

The unnamed man was found unconscious

Meanings of Unnapkined:

adjective

Without a napkin.

Meanings of Unnapped:

adjective

Of a textile fabric or an article made of such material: having no nap.

Meanings of Unnation:

verb

To deprive of the status of a nation; to deprive of nationality.

Meanings of Unnational:

adjective

Originally: not in the interests of the nation; anti-national, unpatriotic. now more usually: not national in scope or character; not relating to or affecting the nation as a whole.

Meanings of Unnative:

adjective

Not native; = "non-native".

verb

To make (a person) no longer native.

Unnatural

ʌnˈnætʃ.ər.əl

Meanings of Unnatural:

adjective

Contrary to the ordinary course of nature; abnormal.

Usage examples:

Death by unnatural causes

Meanings of Unnaturalised:

adjective

(of a foreigner) not admitted to the citizenship of a country.

Usage examples:

Unnaturalized immigrants

Meanings of Unnaturalism:

noun

Belief in, or representation of, the unnatural.

Meanings of Unnaturalist:

noun

A person who is not, or who is purported not to be, a naturalist.

Meanings of Unnaturalistic:

adjective

Not naturalistic; especially not realistic or naturalistic in the context of art, cinema, etc.

Meanings of Unnaturality:

noun

The quality of being unnatural.

Meanings of Unnaturalizable:

adjective

That cannot or may not be naturalized.

Meanings of Unnaturalize:

verb

To give an unnatural or inauthentic quality to; to represent unnaturally.

Unnaturalized

ʌnˈnatʃ(ə)rəlʌɪzd

Meanings of Unnaturalized:

adjective

(of a foreigner) not admitted to the citizenship of a country.

Usage examples:

Unnaturalized immigrants

Meanings of Unnaturalizing:

verb

To give an unnatural or inauthentic quality to; to represent unnaturally.

Unnaturally

ʌnˈnatʃ(ə)rəli

Meanings of Unnaturally:

adverb

In a way that is not natural or normal.

Usage examples:

The man was crying out in pain, his arm twisted unnaturally

Meanings of Unnature:

noun

That which is not natural; non-natural phenomena collectively.

Meanings of Unnautical:

adjective

Not nautical; not in accordance with usual nautical practice; not characteristic of seafaring or sailors.

Meanings of Unnavigable:

adjective

(of a waterway or sea) not able to be sailed on by ships or boats.

Usage examples:

The canal had become unnavigable

Meanings of Unnavigated:

adjective

Of a body of water: not navigated.

Meanings of Unnealed:

adjective

Not annealed.

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