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Unsoundness-of-mind

ʌnˈsaʊnd.nəs

Meanings of Unsoundness-of-mind:

noun

The fact of not being good enough, acceptable, or able to be trusted

Usage examples:

The company's financial unsoundness had been hidden from the shareholders., the unsoundness of this…

Meanings of Unsoured:

adjective

Not soured.

Usage examples:

Unsoured milk

Unsown

ʌnˈsəʊn

Meanings of Unsown:

adjective

Not having been sown.

Usage examples:

A strip of unsown soil

Meanings of Unsparing:

adjective

Merciless; severe.

Usage examples:

He is unsparing in his criticism of the arms trade

Unsparingly

ʌnˈspeə.rɪŋ.li

Meanings of Unsparingly:

adverb

In a way that shows no kindness or no wish to hide unpleasant truths

Usage examples:

He is unsparingly honest in everything he writes., miller's photographs unsparingly addressed the d…

Meanings of Unspayed:

adjective

An unspayed female animal has not had its ovaries (= the parts that produce eggs) removed

Usage examples:

Ovarian tumours are occasionally seen in unspayed female dogs and cats.

Meanings of Unspeakable:

adjective

Not able to be expressed in words.

Usage examples:

I felt an unspeakable tenderness towards her

Meanings of Unspeakably:

adverb

In a way that cannot be expressed in words, usually because it is too bad or shocking

Usage examples:

The room was unspeakably dirty., he described fox hunting as unspeakably cruel.

Unspeaking

ʌnˈspiːkɪŋ

Meanings of Unspeaking:

adjective

Not speaking; silent.

Usage examples:

For a moment they all sat unspeaking

Unspecialised

ʌnˈspeʃ.ə.laɪzd

Meanings of Unspecialised:

adjective

Not specialized.

Usage examples:

An unspecialized baccalaureate programme

Unspecialized

ʌnˈspeʃ.ə.laɪzd

Meanings of Unspecialized:

adjective

Not specialized.

Usage examples:

An unspecialized baccalaureate programme

Unspecifiable

ˌʌn.spes.ɪˈfaɪ.ə.bəl

Meanings of Unspecifiable:

adjective

Not able to be identified or named.

Usage examples:

Many unspecifiable dangers lie ahead

Meanings of Unspecific:

adjective

Not specific; vague.

Usage examples:

He was unspecific about his relationship with marian

Unspecified

ʌnˈspes.ɪ.faɪd

Meanings of Unspecified:

adjective

Not stated clearly or exactly.

Usage examples:

An unspecified number of people

Unspectacular

ˌʌn.spekˈtæk.jə.lər

Meanings of Unspectacular:

adjective

Not spectacular; unremarkable.

Usage examples:

She had been an unspectacular student

Meanings of Unspellable:

adjective

(of a word or name) too difficult to spell.

Usage examples:

An icelandic volcano with an unpronounceable, unspellable name

Meanings of Unspent:

adjective

Not spent.

Usage examples:

Unspent receipts from the sale of council houses

Unspilled

ʌnˈspɪld

Meanings of Unspilled:

adjective

Not spilt.

Usage examples:

The bucket of water was miraculously unspilled

Unspilt

ʌnˈspɪld

Meanings of Unspilt:

adjective

Not spilt.

Usage examples:

The bucket of water was miraculously unspilled

Meanings of Unspirited:

adjective

Lacking energy, enthusiasm, or determination.

Usage examples:

They remain one of the league's most passive and unspirited teams

Meanings of Unspiritual:

adjective

Not spiritual; worldly.

Usage examples:

The clergymen were deplorably unspiritual

Unspoiled

ʌnˈspɔɪld

Meanings of Unspoiled:

adjective

Not spoiled, in particular (of a place) not marred by development.

Usage examples:

One of the best stretches of unspoiled coastline in the uk

Meanings of Unspoilt:

adjective

Not spoiled, in particular (of a place) not marred by development.

Usage examples:

One of the best stretches of unspoiled coastline in the uk

Meanings of Unspoken:

adjective

Not expressed in speech; tacit.

Usage examples:

An unspoken assumption

Unsponsored

ʌnˈspɒnsəd

Meanings of Unsponsored:

adjective

Not supported or promoted by a sponsor.

Usage examples:

I know exactly what some of these guys feel like who have an unsponsored car - we did not have a sp…

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