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Meanings of Unsure:

adjective

Not feeling, showing, or done with confidence and certainty.

Usage examples:

I stand quietly under that glare, unsure of how to reply to such a statement

Unsurfaced

ʌnˈsəːfɪst

Meanings of Unsurfaced:

adjective

(of a road or path) not provided with a durable upper layer.

Usage examples:

Impassable stretches developed in unsurfaced roads by mid-winter

Meanings of Unsurmountable:

adjective

Not able to be overcome; insurmountable.

Usage examples:

Unsurmountable problems

Meanings of Unsurpassable:

adjective

Not able to be exceeded in quality or degree.

Usage examples:

Zurich's pastries and confectioneries are unsurpassable

Meanings of Unsurpassed:

adjective

Better or greater than any other.

Usage examples:

The quality of workmanship is unsurpassed

Meanings of Unsurprised:

adjective

Not feeling or showing surprise at something unexpected.

Usage examples:

He replied in a flat and unsurprised voice

Meanings of Unsurprising:

adjective

Not unexpected and so not causing surprise.

Usage examples:

The outcome of this sombre film is unsurprising

Meanings of Unsurprisingly:

adverb

In a way that is not unexpected and therefore does not cause surprise.

Usage examples:

Unsurprisingly, his claim for unfair dismissal failed

Meanings of Unsurveyed:

adjective

(of land) not yet examined and recorded on a map, plan, etc.

Usage examples:

There are tracts of rainforest still unsurveyed

Meanings of Unsusceptible:

adjective

Not likely or liable to be influenced or harmed by a particular thing.

Usage examples:

Infants are relatively unsusceptible to infections

Meanings of Unsuspected:

adjective

Not known or thought to exist or be present; not imagined possible.

Usage examples:

The actor displays an unsuspected talent for comedy

Unsuspecting

ˌʌn.səˈspek.tɪŋ

Meanings of Unsuspecting:

adjective

(of a person or animal) not aware of the presence of danger; feeling no suspicion.

Usage examples:

Anti-personnel mines lie in wait for their unsuspecting victims

Meanings of Unsuspicious:

adjective

Not having or showing suspicion.

Usage examples:

She has a caring, unsuspicious nature

Meanings of Unsustainable:

adjective

Not able to be maintained at the current rate or level.

Usage examples:

Macroeconomic instability led to an unsustainable boom

Unsustainably

ˌʌn.səˈsteɪ.nə.bli

Meanings of Unsustainably:

adverb

In a way that cannot continue over a period of time

Usage examples:

Prices have been set unsustainably high for years., water is being used unsustainably and is runnin…

Unsustained

ʌnsəˈsteɪnd

Meanings of Unsustained:

adjective

Not prolonged for an extended period or without interruption.

Usage examples:

Accidental and unsustained tourism

Meanings of Unswallowable:

adjective

Impossible to accept or endure.

Meanings of Unswathe:

verb

Unwrap (someone or something) from several layers of fabric.

Usage examples:

His statue was unswathed from the veneer by her on 11 th march, 1881 in the town hall.

Meanings of Unswathed:

verb

Unwrap (someone or something) from several layers of fabric.

Usage examples:

His statue was unswathed from the veneer by her on 11 th march, 1881 in the town hall.

Meanings of Unswathes:

verb

Unwrap (someone or something) from several layers of fabric.

Usage examples:

His statue was unswathed from the veneer by her on 11 th march, 1881 in the town hall.

Unswathing

ʌnˈsweɪð

Meanings of Unswathing:

verb

Unwrap (someone or something) from several layers of fabric.

Usage examples:

His statue was unswathed from the veneer by her on 11 th march, 1881 in the town hall.

Unswayed

ʌnˈsweɪd

Meanings of Unswayed:

adjective

(of a person) not influenced or affected.

Usage examples:

Investors are unswayed by suggestions that the numbers are overblown

Unsweetened

ʌnˈswiː.tənd

Meanings of Unsweetened:

adjective

(of food or drink) without sugar or a similar substance having been added.

Usage examples:

Unsweetened grapefruit juice

Unswept

ʌnˈswɛpt

Meanings of Unswept:

adjective

(of an area) not swept clean of dirt or litter.

Usage examples:

The walls were damp, the floor unswept

Unswervable

ʌnˈswəːvəbl

Meanings of Unswervable:

adjective

Not changing or becoming weaker; unswerving.

Usage examples:

Their unswervable faith sustained them

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