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Unwary

ʌnˈweə.ri

Meanings of Unwary:

adjective

Not cautious of possible dangers or problems.

Usage examples:

Accidents can happen to the unwary traveller

Meanings of Unwashed:

adjective

Not having been washed.

Usage examples:

Unwashed dishes in the sink

Meanings of Unwatchable:

adjective

(of a film or television programme) too poor, tedious, or disturbing to be viewed.

Usage examples:

It's the flashiness that makes so many films of the 1960s almost unwatchable today

Meanings of Unwatched:

adjective

Not looked at or observed.

Usage examples:

Old men wandered alone and unwatched

Meanings of Unwatchful:

adjective

Not alert or vigilant.

Usage examples:

Outside of the camera's unwatchful eye, officials could effortlessly suspend the constitution

Unwatered

ʌnˈwɔːtəd

Meanings of Unwatered:

adjective

Not supplied or sprinkled with water.

Usage examples:

Plants, unwatered, died painfully in the drawing room

Unwavering

ʌnˈweɪ.vər.ɪŋ

Meanings of Unwavering:

adjective

Not wavering; steady or resolute.

Usage examples:

She fixed him with an unwavering stare

Meanings of Unwaxed:

adjective

Not treated or covered with wax or a similar substance.

Usage examples:

Unwaxed lemons

Meanings of Unweaned:

adjective

(of an infant or other young mammal) not accustomed to food other than its mother's milk.

Usage examples:

The newborn and unweaned child

Unwearable

ʌnˈweə.rə.bəl

Meanings of Unwearable:

adjective

(of a garment) not fit to be worn.

Usage examples:

In no time, stylish new clothes would be unwearable

Meanings of Unwearied:

adjective

Not tired or becoming tired.

Usage examples:

With flaubert, the unwearied research was not for the forcible word

Unweariedly

ʌnˈwɪə.rid.li

Meanings of Unweariedly:

adverb

In a way that does not feel or show tiredness

Usage examples:

He became bentham's most devoted follower, and laboured unweariedly upon the translation of his mas…

Unweary

ʌnˈwɪəri

Meanings of Unweary:

adjective

Not tired or weary.

Usage examples:

Part of the pleasure of the trip was seeing a familiar city through unweary eyes.

Meanings of Unwearying:

adjective

Never tiring or slackening.

Usage examples:

We recognize the unwearying efforts the government has made

Meanings of Unwed:

adjective

Not married.

Usage examples:

An unwed teenage mother

Unwedded

ʌnˈwɛd

Meanings of Unwedded:

adjective

Not married.

Usage examples:

An unwed teenage mother

Unweeded

ʌnˈwiːdɪd

Meanings of Unweeded:

adjective

Not cleared of weeds.

Usage examples:

In o'hara's opinion there is no bigger turn-off than an overgrown plot and an unweeded driveway.

Meanings of Unweighed:

adjective

(of goods) not weighed.

Usage examples:

In one case a pensioner paid nearly £300 for a quantity of fish which was unmarked, unlabelled, and…

Meanings of Unweight:

verb

Momentarily stop pressing heavily on (a ski or skateboard) in order to make a turn more easily.

Usage examples:

I hesitated for a split second as i unweighted my skis

Unweighted

ʌnˈweɪ.tɪd

Meanings of Unweighted:

adjective

Without a weight attached.

Usage examples:

Linda added a mealworm grub to her bobberless, unweighted line
verb

Momentarily stop pressing heavily on (a ski or skateboard) in order to make a turn more easily.

Usage examples:

I hesitated for a split second as i unweighted my skis

Meanings of Unweights:

verb

Momentarily stop pressing heavily on (a ski or skateboard) in order to make a turn more easily.

Usage examples:

I hesitated for a split second as i unweighted my skis

Meanings of Unwelcome:

adjective

(of a guest or new arrival) not gladly received.

Usage examples:

Guards kept out unwelcome visitors

Unwelcoming

ʌnˈwel.kəm.ɪŋ

Meanings of Unwelcoming:

adjective

Having an inhospitable or uninviting quality.

Usage examples:

Jean crept into her cold and unwelcoming bed

Meanings of Unwell:

adjective

Ill.

Usage examples:

He was admitted to hospital for tests after feeling unwell

Unwept

ʌnˈwɛpt

Meanings of Unwept:

adjective

(of a person) not mourned or lamented.

Usage examples:

They slogged in joint families, and finally died unwept and unsung.

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