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Meanings of Unstaffed:

adjective

Not provided with staff.

Usage examples:

The kitchen on the seventh floor is an unstaffed facility

Unstained

ʌnˈsteɪnd

Meanings of Unstained:

adjective

Not stained.

Usage examples:

His unstained jeans

Unstamped

ʌnˈstampt

Meanings of Unstamped:

adjective

Not marked by stamping.

Usage examples:

A smooth unstamped disc

Meanings of Unstampeded:

adjective

Not marked by stamping.

Usage examples:

A smooth unstamped disc

Unstapled

ʌnˈsteɪp(ə)ld

Meanings of Unstapled:

adjective

(of sheets of paper) not stapled together.

Usage examples:

Whereupon she hits the button, giving me single-sided copies, unstapled.

Meanings of Unstarched:

adjective

(especially of fabric or clothing) not starched.

Usage examples:

According to the records of the directors, the machine was able to dry one piece of starched clothi…

Unstated

ʌnˈsteɪ.tɪd

Meanings of Unstated:

adjective

Not stated or declared.

Usage examples:

A series of unstated assumptions

Unstatesmanlike

ʌnˈsteɪtsmənlʌɪk

Meanings of Unstatesmanlike:

adjective

Not suitable for or befitting a statesman.

Usage examples:

His decision was condemned as petulant and unstatesmanlike

Meanings of Unstayed:

adjective

(especially of a mast) not provided with stays; unsupported.

Usage examples:

The freedom 20, built by catalina yachts, features the unique freedom unstayed mast system.

Unsteadier

ʌnˈsted.i

Meanings of Unsteadier:

adjective

Liable to fall or shake; not steady in position.

Usage examples:

He was very unsteady on his feet

Unsteadiest

ʌnˈsted.i

Meanings of Unsteadiest:

adjective

Liable to fall or shake; not steady in position.

Usage examples:

He was very unsteady on his feet

Unsteadily

ʌnˈsted.əl.i

Meanings of Unsteadily:

adverb

In a way that involves moving slightly from side to side, as if you might fall

Usage examples:

He walked slowly and unsteadily to his piano., unsteadily, he made his way out of the door, and on …

Unsteady

ʌnˈsted.i

Meanings of Unsteady:

adjective

Liable to fall or shake; not steady in position.

Usage examples:

He was very unsteady on his feet

Unstep

ʌnstɛp

Meanings of Unstep:

verb

Detach (a mast) from its step.

Usage examples:

They went into the marsh grass to unstep their masts and dismantle their cannon

Meanings of Unstepped:

verb

Detach (a mast) from its step.

Usage examples:

They went into the marsh grass to unstep their masts and dismantle their cannon

Meanings of Unstepping:

verb

Detach (a mast) from its step.

Usage examples:

They went into the marsh grass to unstep their masts and dismantle their cannon

Meanings of Unsteps:

verb

Detach (a mast) from its step.

Usage examples:

They went into the marsh grass to unstep their masts and dismantle their cannon

Unsterile

ʌnˈster.aɪl

Meanings of Unsterile:

adjective

Not sterile or sterilized.

Usage examples:

Unsterile needles

Unsterilized

ʌnˈster.ɪ.laɪzd

Meanings of Unsterilized:

adjective

(especially of medical instruments) not sterilized.

Usage examples:

Nothing is worth the risk of contracting hiv or hepatitis from poorly sterilised or unsterilised ne…

Meanings of Unstick:

verb

Cause to become no longer stuck together.

Usage examples:

I slowly began to try and unstick my eyes
noun

The moment at which an aircraft leaves the ground when taking off.

Usage examples:

Hold the wing level until unstick

Meanings of Unsticking:

verb

Cause to become no longer stuck together.

Usage examples:

I slowly began to try and unstick my eyes
noun

The moment at which an aircraft leaves the ground when taking off.

Usage examples:

Hold the wing level until unstick

Meanings of Unsticks:

verb

Cause to become no longer stuck together.

Usage examples:

I slowly began to try and unstick my eyes
noun

The moment at which an aircraft leaves the ground when taking off.

Usage examples:

Hold the wing level until unstick

Meanings of Unstimulated:

adjective

Not having been stimulated.

Usage examples:

Sci-fi fans will remain unstimulated by the film

Meanings of Unstimulating:

adjective

Not arousing interest or enthusiasm.

Usage examples:

His current job is mundane and unstimulating

Meanings of Unstinted:

adjective

Given without restraint; liberal.

Usage examples:

They received unstinted praise

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