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Untucking

ʌnˈtʌk

Meanings of Untucking:

verb

Free the edges or ends of (something) from being hidden or held in place.

Usage examples:

Maud took out the pillow and untucked the counterpane

Untucks

ʌnˈtʌk

Meanings of Untucks:

verb

Free the edges or ends of (something) from being hidden or held in place.

Usage examples:

Maud took out the pillow and untucked the counterpane

Untunable

ʌnˈtjuːnəb(ə)l

Meanings of Untunable:

adjective

(of a piano or other musical instrument) unable to be tuned.

Usage examples:

If a free, untunable piano is given a thousand dollar refinishing job, it is still a free piano.

Untuned

ʌnˈtʃuːnd

Meanings of Untuned:

adjective

Not tuned or properly adjusted.

Usage examples:

She was driving me in our untuned and ominously clattering rambler

Meanings of Untuneful:

adjective

Not having a pleasing melody; unmusical.

Usage examples:

An untuneful hymn

Meanings of Unturned:

adjective

Not turned.

Usage examples:

Unturned soil

Untutored

ʌnˈtʃuː.təd

Meanings of Untutored:

adjective

Not formally taught or trained.

Usage examples:

The species are all much the same to the untutored eye

Meanings of Untwine:

verb

Make or become unwound or untwisted.

Usage examples:

Robyn untwined her fingers

Meanings of Untwined:

verb

Make or become unwound or untwisted.

Usage examples:

Robyn untwined her fingers

Meanings of Untwines:

verb

Make or become unwound or untwisted.

Usage examples:

Robyn untwined her fingers

Meanings of Untwining:

verb

Make or become unwound or untwisted.

Usage examples:

Robyn untwined her fingers

Untwist

ʌnˈtwɪst

Meanings of Untwist:

verb

Open or cause to open from a twisted position.

Usage examples:

He untwisted the wire and straightened it out

Meanings of Untwisted:

verb

Open or cause to open from a twisted position.

Usage examples:

He untwisted the wire and straightened it out

Meanings of Untwisting:

verb

Open or cause to open from a twisted position.

Usage examples:

He untwisted the wire and straightened it out

Meanings of Untwists:

verb

Open or cause to open from a twisted position.

Usage examples:

He untwisted the wire and straightened it out

Meanings of Untying:

verb

Present participle of untie.

Present participle of untie

Meanings of Untypical:

adjective

Not having the distinctive qualities of a particular type of person or thing; uncharacteristic.

Usage examples:

He considers the film untypical of college movies

Meanings of Ununanimity:

noun

Agreement by all people involved; consensus.

Usage examples:

There is almost complete unanimity on this issue

Meanings of Ununionized:

adjective

Not belonging to a trade union; characterized by a lack of trade union membership or activity.

Unusable

ʌnˈjuː.zə.bəl

Meanings of Unusable:

adjective

Not fit to be used.

Usage examples:

The steps were overgrown and unusable

Meanings of Unused:

adjective

Not being, or never having been, used.

Usage examples:

Any unused equipment will be welcomed back

Meanings of Unused-to:

adjective

Not familiar with a particular habit or experience

Usage examples:

If you’re unused to exercise you’ll find your joints ache the next day.

Unusual

ʌnˈjuː.ʒu.əl

Meanings of Unusual:

adjective

Not habitually or commonly occurring or done.

Usage examples:

It was unusual for dennis to be late

Meanings of Unusually:

adverb

In a way that is not habitual or common.

Usage examples:

The name is spelt unusually

Meanings of Unutilized:

adjective

Not used or not used effectively.

Usage examples:

There is very little unutilized space in any school

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