Dictionary: UNM – UNS


• UNMACKLY
adj. ill-shapen, deformed; clumsy in appearance …1811 Sc. & Eng. dial.

• UNMAIDENED
adj. married …Bk1905 Eng. dial. obs.

• UNMAKE
vb. to unfasten, to unlock; generally used of a door …1840 Eng. dial.

• UNMANNERLY
adj. untidy …1854 Eng. dial.

• UNMARKED
n. an unmarked police car …1950s US police sl.

• UNMARRIED
adj. of drinks: unmixed with water …Bk1902 colloq,

• UNMEANSOME
adj. ragged, untidy …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNMELLED
adj. not meddled with …1865 Sc. & Eng. dial.

• UNMENSEFUL
adj. 1. disorderly; unmannerly; unseemly; indecent …1838 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
adj. 2. of the weather: rough, unseasonable …1898 Sc.
adj. 3. unbecoming, ill-dressed, shabby, untidy …Bk1905 N. Eng. dial.
adj. 4. without discretion or generosity …Bk1905 Sc.

• UNMENSKEN
vb. to dishonour …a1200 obs.

• UNMENTIONABLES
n. 1. breeches, trousers …19C colloq.
n. 2. women’s underpants …E20 US sl.

• UNMENTIONABLE VICE
n. sodomy in general; an act of sexual perversion …19C euphemism

• UNMERCIFUL
adj. excessive, extreme …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNMERCIFULLY
adv. extremely, extraordinarily, very …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNMONKEYABLE
adj. of a person: impervious to trickery …1910s sl.

• UNMUGGED
adj. unphotographed by the police …1901 US criminals’ sl.

• UNMUNDLUNGE
adv. unexpectedly …a1225 obs.

• UNNATURABLE
adj. 1. of the weather: ungenial …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
adj. 2. unnatural, unfeeling …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNNATURAL CONNECTION
n. sodomy, chiefly pederasty …19C euphemism

• UNNATURALITY
n. imbecility …1823 Sc. obs.

• UNNATURAL SEXUAL INTERCOURSE
n. sodomy; in particular, pederasty …19C euphemism

• UNNATURAL VICE
n. any nonorthogenital sexual act, incuding solitary masturbation (nonorthogenital – any sexual activity other than that between males and females which, if permitted to reach completion, will result in vaginal copulation and orgasm on the part of one or both parties) …19C sl.

• UNNEATH
prep. beneath …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNNED
adj. unconstrained …c1200 obs.

• UNNEOD
n. disadvantage, loss …c1205 obs.

• UNNEOMELICH
adj. untakable …a1225 obs.

• UNOOFY
adj. impoverished, poor …L19 sl.

• UNOPEN
vb. to open …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNOTQUE
n. marijuana …2003 UK sl.

• UNPACK
vb. to vomit …1983 UK sl.

• UNPALLED
adj. said of a thief whose gang has been arrested and is thus forced to work solo …E19 UK criminals’ sl.

• UNPARLIAMENTARY
adj. obscene …M19 sl.

• UNPARLIAMENTARY LANGUAGE
n. language unfit for polite discussion; violent or obscene language …Bk1958 sl.

• UNPATIENT
adj. impatient …1897 Sc. & Eng. dial.

• UNPAVED
adj. 1. castrated …E17
adj. 2. aggressively drunk …L19 sl.

• UNPEACEABLE
adj. irritable, quarrelsome …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNPERFECT
adj. imperfect; unfitting …1766 Sc. & Eng. dial.

• UNPIN ONE’S BACK HAIR
vb. 1. to relax one’s inhibitions …M19 sl., orig. US
vb. 2. to admit to being homosexual …1930s sl.

• UNPLAUSIVE
adj. not approving, disapproving …1606 obs.

• UNPLIGHT
n. a state of disorder …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNPOSSIBILITY
n. impossibility …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNPOSSIBLE
adj. 1. impossible …1862 Sc. & Eng. dial.
adj. 2. droll, mischievous, queer …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNPROFESSIONAL, THAT’S WHAT YOU ARE
phr. used as a humorous if pointed insult …1997 US sl.

• UNPROPER
adj. improper; indecent …Bk1905 Sc. & Eng. dial.

• UNPURPOSE
adj. awkward; inexact; untidy; useless …1865 Sc.

• UNPURPOSE-LIKE
adj. awkward, unfit, untidy …Bk1905 Sc.

• UNPURPOSENESS
n. slovenliness …Bk1905 Sc.

• UNQUIT
adj. unrequited …1895 Sc.

• UNQUOTH
adj. strange, unfamiliar; unusual; unseemly …1684 Eng. dial.

• UNRAG
vb. to strip off the clothes; to undress …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNRAY
vb. to undress …1867 Eng. dial.

• UNREADY
adj. untidy …1885 Eng. dial.

• UNREAL
adj. used positively to denote something incredibly good, and negatively, to denote something unbelievably difficult, awful, unpleasant, or deplorable …1965 sl., orig. & chiefly US

• UNREAVE
vb. of a rope, yarn, etc.: to unravel, to unwind …1777 Sc. & Eng. dial.

• UNRECHELEAS
adj. reckless, careless …a1225 obs.

• UNREDDABLE
adj. incapable of disentanglement …1895 Sc.

• UNREGULAR
adj. irregular, uneven; unpunctual …1868 Sc. & Eng. dial.

• UNREMEADFUL
adj. irremediable …1814 Sc. obs.

• UNREST
n. a person or thing that causes disquietude …1775 Sc. & Eng. dial.

• UNRESTFUL
adj. restless, uneasy …1895 Eng. dial.

• UNRESTLESS
adj. restless, uneasy …1901 Eng. dial.

• UNRESTY
adj. unquiet, full of unrest, restless, uneasy, troublesome …a1340 obs. exc. Sc.

• UNRID
adj. disorderly, untidy; filthy …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNRIDDY
adj. 1. entangled …1824 Sc.
adj. 2. untidy; slow in motion or speech …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNRIFE
adj. slow, sluggish …Bk1905 Eng. dial. obs.

• UNRIG
vb. 1. to get undressed …L17 sl.
vb. 2. to strip a person of clothes …1698 UK criminals’ sl.

• UNRIGGED
adj. stripped …L18 sl.

• UNRIGHT
adj. dishonourable; unjust; wrong …Bk1905 Sc.

• UNRIND
vb. to undress …1872 Eng. dial.

• UNRIPED
adj. unexplored, unsearched; unrobbed …1898 Sc.

• UNROLESS
adj. restless …c1230 obs.

• UNRONE
vb. to make desolate …a1300 obs.

• UNROOL
adj. great, terrific …1990 Aust. sl.

• UNRUDE
adj. 1. rude; hideous, horrible …1773 Sc. obs.
adj. 2. base, detestable, diabolical, vile …Bk1905 Sc. obs.

• UNRUDSOME
adj. pale-faced …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNRULEFUL
adj. unruly, lawless …1721 Sc. & Ireland

• UNRULY MEMBER
n. the penis …19C Brit. sl.

• UNSATE
adj. unsatisfied, unappeased …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNSAUCHT
n. trouble, disquietude …Bk1905 Sc. obs.

• UNSAWNEY
adj. unlucky, unfortunate …Bk1905 Eng. dial. obs.

• UNSAYABLE
adj. unruly, wilful, self-willed; not to be advised or controlled …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNSAYED
adj. unconvinced; unsubdued …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNSCREWED
adj. out of control …1962 US sl.

• UNSEALLY
adj. worthless, wretched; unfortunate, unlucky …1804 Sc.

• UNSEELY
adj. worthless, wretched; unfortunate, unlucky …1804 Sc.

• UNSEL
n. a self-willed, naughty, worthless person; a term of opprobrium generally applied to a child …1677 Sc. & Eng. dial. obs.

• UNSEMINARED
adj. deprived of virility; castrated …Shakespeare usage

• UNSENSE
vb. to render senseless or insensible; to stun with a blow or fall …1892 Eng. dial.

• UNSENSED
adj. 1. insane, demented, delirious …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
adj. 2. stupefied as by excess of drink …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
adj. 3. drunk …Bk2009 sl.

• UNSENSICAL
adj. nonsensical …1692 obs.

• UNSET
adj. unable …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNSEX
vb. 1. to deprive either sex of its distinctive qualities …Shakespeare usage
vb. 2. to castrate …US medical usage

• UNSHAMOUS
adj. shameless …a1500 obs.

• UNSHEIK
vb. to divorce …1920s African-American sl.

• UNSHINGLE
vb. to knock off someone’s hat …E19 Aust. sl.

• UNSHIP
vb. to upset, to disturb; to unhorse …1846 Eng. dial.

• UNSHIRTED HELL
n. serious trouble, hell, misfortune …1932 US sl.

• UNSHOP
vb. to dismiss a workman …1910s sl.

• UNSICKER
adj. insecure, unsteady, not to be relied on …1796 Sc.

• UNSIDED
adj. 1. in disorder, disarranged, untidy, not cleared or tidied up …1899 Eng. dial.
adj. 2. undecided, unsettled …Bk1905 Eng. dial. obs.

• UNSIGHT
vb. to get out of sight or view …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNSIGHTABLE
adj. not in sight, invisible …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNSIGHTED
adj. unforeseen; unexpected …1903 Amer. dial.

• UNSIGNIFIED
adj. insignificant …Bk1905 N. Ireland

• UNSITHE
n. mishap, misfortune …a1250 obs.

• UNSKATHEFUL
adj. harmless …c1200 obs.

• UNSKILLABLE
adj. difficult to understand …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNSLATED
adj. crazy, demented, mentally deranged …1886 Eng. dial.

• UNSLICED
adj. not circumcised …1988 US sl.

• UNSLOCKENABLE
adj. unquenchable, inextinguishable …1862 Sc.

• UNSLOUGH
vb. to unlock, to unfasten, to unbutton, to open …1848 US criminals’ sl.

• UNSLOUR
vb. to unlock, to unfasten, to unbutton …1831 UK criminals’ sl. obs.

• UNSMETHE
adj. unsmooth …c1200 obs.

• UNSNARRE
adj. blunt, not sharp …Bk1905 Sc. obs.

• UNSNECK
vb. to unlatch or unfasten a door, etc. …1785 Sc. & Eng. dial.

• UNSNIB
vb. to unbolt, to unfasten, to undo …1891 Sc.

• UNSNICK
vb. to unlatch or unfasten a door, etc. …1785 Sc.

• UNSNOD
adj. untidy, out of order …1801 Sc. obs.

• UNSOBER
adj. drunk …Bk2009 sl.

• UNSONSY
adj. 1. unlucky, unfortunate; ominous, fatal, causing ill-luck or misfortune …1684 Sc. & Eng. dial.
adj. 2. mischievous; disagreeable …1800 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
adj. 3. ill-looking, plain …1894 Sc.
adj. 4. slovenly, untidy …Bk1905 Sc.

• UNSOOTERLY
adj. awkward, ill-contrived; shiftless …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNSOPHISTICATED
adj. of drinks: unmixed with water …Bk1902 colloq,

• UNSOUTERLY
adj. awkward, ill-contrived; shiftless …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNSPEAKABLES
n. breeches or trousers …E19 Brit. jocular euphemism

• UNSPIT
vb. to vomit …L19 sl.

• UNSTATHELFEST
 adj. unsteadfast …a1225 obs.

• UNSTEADY
adj. drunk …Bk2009 sl.

• UNSTECK
vb. to undo the fastenings of a door; to open, to unclose …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNSTILL
adj. restless, in motion …Bk1905 Eng. dial. obs.

• UNSTOMACHABLE
adj. unappetizing, uninviting …1892 Eng. dial.

• UNSTOUT
adj. not stubborn …1883 Sc.

• UNSTOWLY
adj. unruly, not to be controlled …1855 Eng. dial.

• UNSTRAIGHTED
adj. of a corpse: not laid out for burial …1827 Sc. obs.

• UNSTRONG
adj. in weak health; not having recovered health after an illness …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNSUITY
adj. irregular, not uniform; unequal, uneven …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNSWACK
adj. stiff, not agile or nimble …1801 Sc. obs.

• UNSWALLOW
vb. to vomit …1930s sl.

• UNSWEEL
vb. to unwind, to unwrap …1901 Sc.

• UNSWEETENED
n. gin …L19 sl.


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