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Untangle

ʌnˈtæŋ.ɡəl

Meanings of Untangle:

verb

Free from a tangled or twisted state.

Usage examples:

Fishermen untangled their nets

Untangled

ʌnˈtæŋ.ɡəl

Meanings of Untangled:

verb

Free from a tangled or twisted state.

Usage examples:

Fishermen untangled their nets

Untangling

ʌnˈtæŋ.ɡəl

Meanings of Untangling:

verb

Free from a tangled or twisted state.

Usage examples:

Fishermen untangled their nets

Meanings of Untappable:

adjective

Of a method of (chiefly telephonic or electronic) communication: that cannot be eavesdropped upon; secure.

Meanings of Untapped:

adjective

(of a resource) not yet exploited or used.

Usage examples:

The vast untapped potential of individual women and men

Untasted

ʌnˈteɪstɪd

Meanings of Untasted:

adjective

(of food or drink) not sampled or tested for flavour.

Usage examples:

Louis's untasted food was scraped into the dog's bowl

Untaught

ʌnˈtiːtʃ

Meanings of Untaught:

adjective

Not having been taught or educated.

Usage examples:

She is totally untaught and will not listen
verb

Cause (someone) to forget something learned previously.

Usage examples:

I'll have a problem unteaching them but you don't know anything so you have nothing to unlearn

Untaxed

ʌnˈtækst

Meanings of Untaxed:

adjective

Not subject to taxation.

Usage examples:

Untaxed items like groceries and services

Meanings of Untaxing:

adjective

Not physically or mentally demanding.

Usage examples:

I've been filling my days with routine, untaxing work

Meanings of Unteach:

verb

Cause (someone) to forget something learned previously.

Usage examples:

I'll have a problem unteaching them but you don't know anything so you have nothing to unlearn

Unteachable

ˌʌnˈtiː.tʃ.ə.bəl

Meanings of Unteachable:

adjective

(of a pupil or skill) unable to be taught.

Usage examples:

She gained control of a class which had initially been unteachable

Meanings of Unteaches:

verb

Cause (someone) to forget something learned previously.

Usage examples:

I'll have a problem unteaching them but you don't know anything so you have nothing to unlearn

Unteaching

ʌnˈtiːtʃ

Meanings of Unteaching:

verb

Cause (someone) to forget something learned previously.

Usage examples:

I'll have a problem unteaching them but you don't know anything so you have nothing to unlearn

Untechnical

ʌnˈtek.nɪ.kəl

Meanings of Untechnical:

adjective

Not having or requiring technical knowledge.

Usage examples:

This chapter has been kept short and as untechnical as possible

Untempered

ʌnˈtem.pəd

Meanings of Untempered:

adjective

Not moderated or lessened by anything.

Usage examples:

The products of a technological mastery untempered by political imagination

Meanings of Untenable:

adjective

(especially of a position or view) not able to be maintained or defended against attack or objection.

Usage examples:

This argument is clearly untenable

Meanings of Untenanted:

adjective

(of property) not occupied by a tenant or tenants.

Usage examples:

The house had been untenanted for some years

Meanings of Untended:

adjective

Not cared for or looked after; neglected.

Usage examples:

Untended gravestones

Untested

ʌnˈtest.ɪd

Meanings of Untested:

adjective

(of an idea, product, or person) not subjected to examination, experiment, or experience; unproven.

Usage examples:

Analyses based on dubious and untested assumptions

Untether

ʌnˈteð.ər

Meanings of Untether:

verb

Release or free from a tether.

Usage examples:

I reached the horses and untethered them

Untethered

ʌnˈteð.əd

Meanings of Untethered:

verb

Release or free from a tether.

Usage examples:

I reached the horses and untethered them
adjective

Not physically connected or fastened to something

Usage examples:

Helium is a colourless, odourless inert gas we associate most often with balloons that float skywar…

Meanings of Untethering:

verb

Release or free from a tether.

Usage examples:

I reached the horses and untethered them

Untethers

ʌnˈtɛðə

Meanings of Untethers:

verb

Release or free from a tether.

Usage examples:

I reached the horses and untethered them

Unthanked

ʌnˈθaŋ(k)t

Meanings of Unthanked:

adjective

Without receiving thanks.

Usage examples:

The women's kind gesture did not go unthanked

Unthankful

ʌnˈθaŋkfʊl

Meanings of Unthankful:

adjective

Not feeling or showing pleasure, relief, or gratitude.

Usage examples:

No company ever went from them unthankful

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