Reverse Dictionary: UNS – UNSZ


UNSAFE – ADJECTIVES
– unsafe, dangerous UNCANNY 1785 orig. Sc. & N. Eng. dial.


UNSALEABLE – ADJECTIVES
– unsaleable, worthless, inferior REFFIDGE Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– unsaleable, worthless, inferior REFUGE Bk1904 Eng. dial.


UNSALUTED – ADJECTIVES
– unsaluted UNHALSED 1821 Sc. obs.


UNSATISFACTORY, UNSATISFACTORILY – ADJECTIVES
 ALL TO BUGGERY bungled, utterly confused, unsatisfactory, mixed up …1984 UK sl.
 ALL TO COCK bungled, utterly confused, unsatisfactory, mixed up …1948 UK sl.
 ARSEHOLES TO BREAKFAST TIME upside down; utterly confused; most unsatisfactory …L19 sl.
 BACKBONE TO BREAKFAST TIME very unsatisfactory, totally confused, chaotic …1900s US sl.
 BODGER of low quality; bad; inferior; second-rate; unsatisfactory …1945 Aust. sl.
 BUM of low quality; bad; inferior; unsatisfactory; faulty  …1859 sl., orig. US
 CHEESEY;  CHEESY lacking in style; worthless; of cheap of inferior material, design, or workmanship; unsatisfactory for any reason …1863 sl., orig. US
 CHRONIC of low quality; bad; inferior; unsatisfactory …1904 sl.
 CRAPPY of low quality; bad; inferior; unsatisfactory …1928 sl., orig. US
 CREEPY unsatisfactory; displeasing …Bk1942 US sl.
 CROOK of things: bad inferior, out of order, unsatisfactory; unpleasant, dreadful …1898 Aust. & NZ
 CRUMBY;  CRUMMY of low quality; bad; inferior; unsatisfactory …1859 sl.
 CURDLING unsatisfactory; displeasing …Bk1942 US sl.
 CUT-RATE unsatisfactory; displeasing …Bk1942 US sl.
 DEADLY unsatisfactory; displeasing …Bk1942 US sl.
 DEE-GAW unsatisfactory; displeasing …Bk1942 US sl.
 DIABOLICAL of low quality; bad; inferior; unsatisfactory …1958 sl.
 DREAR unsatisfactory; displeasing …Bk1942 US sl.
 DUD worthless, useless, unsatisfactory …1903 UK sl.
 DUFF of low quality; bad; inferior; unsatisfactory; useless …1953 UK sl.
 FUNKY wrong, unsatisfactory …1990s US teen sl.
 GARMY unsatisfactory; displeasing …Bk1942 US sl.
 GESTANKO unsatisfactory; displeasing …Bk1942 US sl.
 GLEEPY unsatisfactory; displeasing …Bk1942 US sl.
 GONE TO GUNDY unsatisfactory; broken; beyond repair; ruined; worthless …Aust. sl.
 GREEBY unsatisfactory; displeasing …Bk1942 US sl.
 GUNDY unsatisfactory; broken; beyond repair; ruined; worthless …Aust. sl.
 HAIRY bad or unsatisfactory …1940s US sl.
 HALF-ARSED careless, inadequate, inferior, unsatisfactory, ineffectual, incompetent, second-rate …1865 US sl.
 HALF-ASS careless, ineffectual, inadequate, incompetent, second-rate; mediocre, insignificant, unsatisfactory …M19 sl.
 HALF-ASSED careless, inadequate, incompetent, unsatisfactory, mediocre, insignificant …1932 Amer. sl.
 HORSESHIT contemptible or pretentious; worthless; offensive; unsatisfactory …1939 US sl.
 KAFFIR of low quality; bad; inferior; unsatisfactory, unreliable …1934 S. Afr. sl., offensive
 MANKEY;  MANKY of low quality; bad; inferior; defective; unsatisfactory …1958 Eng. dial. & colloq.
 MELANCHOLY very unsatisfactory …1877 Eng. dial.
 MOULDY of low quality, bad, inferior, unsatisfactory …1896 sl.
 NAFF of low quality; bad; inferior; unsatisfactory …1969 sl., chiefly Brit.
 N.B.G. of low quality; bad; inferior; unsatisfactory (No Bloody Good) …1903 sl.
 NO COP of low quality; bad; inferior; unsatisfactory …1902 Brit. sl.
 NO GOOD TO GUNDY unsatisfactory; broken; beyond repair; ruined; worthless …Aust. sl.
 NOT MUCH CHOP of low quality; bad; inferior, unsatisfactory …1847 Aust. & NZ sl.
 NOT MUCH COP of low quality; bad; inferior; unsatisfactory …1902 Brit. sl.
 OFF-TIME badly timed, at the wrong time, hence unacceptable, unsatisfactory …1938 US jazz sl.
 ON THE CHEESE unsatisfactory; in a bad way …L19 US sl.
 ON THE GREEBY SIDE unsatisfactory; displeasing …Bk1942 US sl.
 PEEZALTREE inferior; uncultured; unsatisfactory …1953 Amer. dial.
 PISS-POOR of low quality; bad; inferior, unsatisfactory …1946 sl.
 PISSY of low quality; bad; inferior;  unsatisfactory …1972 sl.
 POXY of low quality; bad; inferior; unsatisfactory …1950 sl.
 PULVERIZING unsatisfactory; displeasing …Bk1942 US sl.
 REVOLTING unsatisfactory; displeasing …Bk1942 US sl.
 ROPEY;  ROPY of low quality; bad; inferior; unsatisfactory …1942 sl.
 ROTTEN of low quality, bad, inferior, unsatisfactory …1880
 RUBBISHY of low quality; bad; inferior; unsatisfactory …1824
 SKLONKISH unsatisfactory; displeasing …Bk1942 US sl.
 SNIDDY of low quality, bad, inferior, unsatisfactory …1890 sl.
 SNIDE of low quality, bad, inferior, unsatisfactory …1890 sl.
 SNIDEY;  SNIDY of low quality, bad, inferior, unsatisfactory …1890 sl.
 SUB-ZERO unsatisfactory; displeasing …Bk1942 US sl.
 TOO FOUL unsatisfactory; displeasing …Bk1942 US sl.
 UNDER THE ARM of low quality; bad; inferior; unsatisfactory; loathsome  …1937 Brit. sl.
 WACK;  WHACK second-rate, inferior, phony, unsatisfactory, unacceptable, very bad …1984 African-American sl.
 WACK-ASS second-rate, phony, unsatisfactory …1980s African-American sl.
 WACKED;  WHACKED second-rate, phony, unsatisfactory …1980s African-American sl.
 WANKY of low quality; bad; inferior; unsatisfactory …1972 sl.
 
UNSATISFACTORY etc. – ADVERBS
 SHITILY badly, unsatisfactorily …1920s sl.
 SHITTY badly, unsatisfactorily …1920s sl.
 
UNSATISFACTORY etc. – NOUNS
 BOW-WOW a very unattractive or unsatisfactory thing …1935 Amer. jocular
 DOG something unsatisfactory or inferior …1938 US sl.
 LARRY among pitchmen: a defective or worthless article offered for sale; broadly, anything unsatisfactory …1934 Amer. sl.
 NON-EVENT any unexciting or unsatisfactory event, esp. one that fails to fulfil expectations …1962 UK sl.
 SKANK an unsatisfactory situation …2000s sl.
 
UNSATISFACTORY etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
 BOW-WOW a very unattractive or unsatisfactory person or thing …1935 Amer. jocular usage
 
UNSATISFACTORY etc. – PHRASES
 IN JAIL AT INNISFAIL denotes an unsatisfactory situation …1960s Aust. sl.
 ODDS IS THE DIFFERENCE either is equally satisfactory or unsatisfactory …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
 SOMETHING IS ROTTEN IN THE STATE OF DENMARK there is a corrupt element underlying a situation; also, something is incorrect or unsatisfactory …1603
 
UNSATISFACTORY etc. – VERBS
 BITE THE BAG to be very unsatisfactory …1983 Amer. sl.
 EAT IT to be extremely objectionable, offensive, or unsatisfactory; to ‘suck’ …1940 US sl.


UNSATISFIED, UNSATISFYING – ADJECTIVES
– unsatisfied, unappeased UNSATE Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– unsatisfying, profitless, yielding no satisfaction; also, destitute of GELD a1310 obs.


UNSAVOURY – ADJECTIVES
– unsavoury, dirty, unpleasant, nasty, ugly GROTTY 1964 sl.
– unsavoury, insipid MAWKISH Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– unsavoury, tainted MEESY Bk1905 Eng. dial.


UNSCRATCHED – ADJECTIVES
– unscratched, unhurt, free from injury HAILSCART;  HALESKARTH 1513 Sc. obs.


UNSCRUPULOUS – ADJECTIVES
CROOK dishonest, unscrupulous, ‘crooked’ …1911 Aust. & NZ
JACKLEG dishonest or unscrupulous …US sl.
SCHEMISH scheming, manoeuvring, covetous, unscrupulous and grasping in bargaining …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
WAFF unscrupulous, untrustworthy …1825 Sc.

UNSCRUPULOUS – NOUNS
LOW ROAD a method, manner, etc., that is underhand, unscrupulous, or otherwise contemptible

UNSCRUPULOUS – NOUNS, PERSON
BECKY SHARP an unscrupulous, worldly young woman …Bk1922
FAST DOLLAR BOY one who is unscrupulous as to the source of their income …1940s US sl.
GIPSIE;  GIPSY;  GYPSY a person who acts in a disreputable, unscrupulous, or deceptive manner …1616 obs.
JACK-LEG an incompetent, unskilled, unscrupulous, or unprincipled worker or professional person, esp. a quack doctor, a crooked lawyer, or a hypocritical preacher – a bungling workman …1853 US sl. 
MACHIAVEL one who acts on the principles of Machiavelli (a celebrated Florence statesman who advocated the pursuit of statecraft at the expense of morality); an intriguer; an unscrupulous schemer …1570
MACHIAVELLIAN an intriguer; an unscrupulous schemer …1568
MACHIAVELLIST an intriguer; an unscrupulous schemer …1589
NED KELLY a person of reckless courage or unscrupulous business dealings …1886 Aust. colloq.
NIPPER a person who is sharp and somewhat unscrupulous in his dealings …1947 Sc. 
RIG an unscrupulous person …Bk1903 sl.
SCAPEGRACE a man or boy of reckless and disorderly habits; a careless, idle, harebrained fellow; a graceless, good-for-nothing fellow; a ne’er-do-well; a complete rogue or rascal; a habitually unscrupulous person; a scamp (rarely applied to a female) …1809
SCOWBANKER a person who engages in unfair business practices; a dishonest or unscrupulous trader …1750 sl. obs.
SHYSTER a dishonest or corrupt person; someone who uses unscrupulous methods …1844
SPIV a man, often flashily dressed, who makes a living by illicit or unscrupulous dealings …1934 Brit. sl.

UNSCRUPULOUS – VERBS
FAN THE HAMMER to act in a brilliant but unscrupulous manner …L19 US sl.


UNSEARCHABLE – ADJECTIVES
– unsearchable, inscrutable, not to be searched out; unintelligible, incomprehensible IMPERSCRUTABLE 1526 obs.


UNSEARCHED – ADJECTIVES
– unsearched; unexplored; unrobbed UNRIPED 1898 Sc.


UNSEASONABLE, UNSEASONABLY – ADJECTIVES
– unseasonable, inopportune, untimely IMPORTUNATE 1529 obs.
– unseasonable, inopportune, untimely; unfit IMPORTUNE c1425 obs.

UNSEASONABLE etc. – ADVERBS
– unseasonably, inopportunely IMPORTUNELY c1425 obs.
– unseasonably, inopportunely, untimely IMPORTUNATELY 1529 obs.

UNSEASONABLE etc. – NOUNS
– a being unseasonable or inopportune; unseasonableness; an unsuitable time IMPORTUNITY 1489 obs.


UNSEEING – ADJECTIVES
– unseeing, sightless GAZELESS a1819 rare


UNSEEMLY – ADJECTIVES
DEDECOROUS disgraceful, reproachful, shameful, dishonourable, unbecoming, uncomely, unseemly, dishonest …1727 obs.
MIS-SEEMING misbecoming, unseemly …a1522 rare
RANCID in poor taste; unseemly, offensive …1989 US sl.
UNBESEEMLY unseemly …1648 rare
UNCOTH strange, unfamiliar; unusual; unseemly …1684 Eng. dial.
UNCOUTHY unseemly …Bk1905 Sc.
UNFARRANTLY not nice, unseemly …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
UNMENSEFUL disorderly; unmannerly; unseemly; indecent …1838 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
UNQUOTH strange, unfamiliar; unusual; unseemly …1684 Eng. dial.

UNSEEMLY – ADVERBS
UNCOMELILY in an unseemly manner; unfittingly …c1420 obs.

UNSEEMLY – NOUNS
BAY an unseemly mass …Bk1898 Sc.

UNSEEMLY – VERBS
MIS-SEEM to misbecome …a1500 rare
UNBESEEM to be unseemly or unbecoming for a person …a1657


UNSEEN – ADJECTIVES
– invisible, unseen INVISED L16 obs. rare
– invisible, unseen, dark; impenetrable by vision SIGHTLESS 1589

UNSEEN – NOUNS
– an unseen place; a hidden spot; shelter HEAL 1691 Eng. dial.


UNSERVICEABLE – ADJECTIVES
– unserviceable, useless UNBRICHE 1303 obs.


UNSETTLE, UNSETTLED – ADJECTIVES
BEE-HEADED harebrained, flighty, excitable; light-headed, unsettled …1879
CLARTY-FARTY moving briskly about; frisking; unsettled …19C Eng. dial.
FLISKY fidgety; unsettled; light-headed; whimsical; frolicsome; flighty; lively: of a horse: restive, frisky …1807 Sc.
FREAKED disturbed, unsettled, nervous …1970 US sl.
FUNKED seized by fear or panic; agitated, unsettled, disturbed …1831 rare
FUNKED OUT seized by fear or panic; agitated, unsettled, disturbed …1859 rare
MAIZY;  MAZEY;  MAZY wandering, uneasy, unsettled; semi-conscious, wandering in one’s mind …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
RAMPLOR roving, unsettled, restless …1821 Sc.
TICKLISH unstable, unsteady, unsettled, uncertain, fickle …1606
UNABSOILED unsettled …1521 obs.
UNABSOLVED unsettled, undecided …1721 obs.
VAGOUS vagrant or vague; departing from or exceeding just or ordinary bounds; irregular, inordinate; unsettled, wandering …1660 obs.
WANKLE unsteady, insecure; changeable, unsettled, precarious; inconstant, wavering; also, weak in health, delicate, sickly …c888 obs. exc. Eng. dial.

UNSETTLE etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
SKOUPER a light, unsettled person …1706 Sc.
TANTREL(L) an idle, unsettled person, who will not fix to any employment; a desultory wanderer or vagabond; hence, a gypsy …Bk1855 Eng. dial.
– WANDERING STRAW an unsettled person who moves from job to job …1971 Sc.
– WOOD-SPUR;  WOOD-SPURS a fiery, unsettled person …1825 Sc. obs.

UNSETTLE etc. – VERBS
FREAK OUT to make someone feel unsettled, astonished, or bizarre …1964 US sl.
FUNK to frighten or scare a person; to affect with anxiety, to unsettle …1789 obs.
LICK ABOUT to live an unsettled life …20C W. Indies sl.
LICK AROUND to live an unsettled life …20C W. Indies sl.
UNBOTTOM to deprive of support or stay; to unsettle or make unstable …1598 obs.
UNFETTLE to disarrange, to disturb, to undo, to unsettle …1889 Eng. dial.


UNSETTLING – ADJECTIVES
– unsettling; confused, unstable, strange SKETCHY 1980s US students’ sl.
– unsettling; distressing; discomfiting OFF-PUTTING 1828 US sl.

UNSETTLING – NOUNS
– something potentially unsettling, dangerous, or disastrous DYNAMITE 1922


UNSHAKABLE – ADJECTIVES
– unshakable UNBRANSLABLE 1633 obs.


UNSHAPELY – ADJECTIVES
– unshapely ILL-VUXEN 1866 Sc. 
– unshapely, irregular; lanky, large, straggling, spreading SCRAWMY Bk1904 Eng. dial.

UNSHAPELY – ADVERBS
– unshapely; in disorder, in a confused heap HEADS AND THRAWS 1835 Sc.


UNSHAVEN – ADJECTIVES
– unshaven, rough-faced HEDDER-FACED Bk1905 Eng. dial.

UNSHAVEN – NOUNS
– an unshaven chin UNDERWEAR 1960s US homosexual sl.


UNSHELTERED – ADJECTIVES
– unsheltered BEILDLESS Bk1911 Sc.


UNSIGHTLY – ADJECTIVES
– unsightly SIGHTLESS 1595 obs.
– unsightly, ugly; unpleasant to look at; esp. used of a building or landscape EYESORE 1798

UNSIGHTLY – NOUNS, PERSON
– a person who is unsightly in appearance; a noisy or ill-conducted person BARGHEST 1863 Eng. dial.


UNSKILFUL, UNSKILFULLY, UNSKILLED – ADJECTIVES
 BODGIE inferior, unskilled …Bk1999 Aust. sl.
 GAMELESS unskilled …1983 US sl.
 HORSESHIT in sports: inept; unskilful; clumsy …1969-71 US sl.
 IMPERITE unskilled, ignorant …1708 obs.
 KWEERICHIN;  QUEERACHIN awkward and unskilful …1911 Sc.
 LEWD foolish, unskilful, bungling; ill-bred, ill-mannered …c1380 obs.
 OFF ONE’S FEED incompetent, unskilled …1900s horse stable usage
 RAUNCHY sloppy, careless; inept, unskilled; awkward …World War II US Air Force usage
 RONCHIE sloppy, careless; inept, unskilled; awkward …World War II US Air Force usage
 ROTTEN of a low quality or standard; poor, useless; of a person: lacking skill or talent …1867
 SHIT bad; unpleasant; highly displeasing; unskilled; of poor quality, ability, etc. …1968 sl.
 TINKERLY clumsy, bungling, unskilful; of poor quality; mean, low, disreputable …1586
 UNADEPT unskilful, inept …1817
 UNADROIT unskilful, inept …1841
 UNARTED ignorant of the arts; unskilled …1603 obs.
 UNARTFUL of persons: unskilful, maladroit …1683 rare
 UNARTIFICIAL not displaying special or skill; unskilful, inartistic, clumsy …1591 now rare or obs.
 UNCANNY awkward, unskilful; careless; imprudent; inconvenient …1775 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 UNGAIN clumsy, inactive, ungainly; inexperienced, unhandy, unskilful; loutish; disproportioned, ill-shaped …1790 Eng. dial.
 UNHEPPEN awkward, clumsy, unskilful; without contrivance or management …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 
UNSKILFUL etc. – ADVERBS
 GREENLY in an inexperienced or untrained manner; unskilfully …L16 arch.
 UNARTIFICIALLY inartistically, unskilfully …1591 obs.
 
UNSKILFUL etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
 BLUE-TONGUE shearers’ term for a shed-hand; an unskilled worker …1900 sl., orig. Aust.
– BURN-THE-GULLY an unskilful, incompetent workman …1930 Sc.
 BUTTON a bright, cheeky, or cute person, typically a child; also, a person who lacks experience or skill; a novice …1772 colloq.
 DUB a novice; a raw beginner; an unskilful person …Bk1913 Amer. dial.
– DUFFER a worthless person; a stupid man; an awkward, unskilful fellow; a coward …Bk1890 sl.
 GUTTERER a dirty, unskilful worker …1866 Sc.
 IMPERITE an unskilled or ignorant person …1622 obs.
 JACK-LEG an incompetent, unskilled, unscrupulous, or unprincipled worker or professional person, esp. a quack doctor, a crooked lawyer, or a hypocritical preacher; a bungling workman …1853 US sl.
 MOLLOCKER a rough, unskilled person …1951 Ireland
 PAUCHLER a clumsy, unskilful person; a bungler …1949 Sc. 
 PEA PICKER a rustic or countrified person; a bumpkin; an unskilled labourer …1927 Amer. dial.
 RABBIT an unskilful player of a game …1904 sl.
 TOOL an unskilful workman; a shiftless person …a1700 Eng. dial. & sl. 
 
UNSKILFUL etc. – VERBS
 BAG ONE’S BOWLINE to perform or talk about a task unskilfully or ignorantly …1975 Amer. dial.
 JACKLEG to act in an incompetent, unskilled or unprincipled way …M19 US sl.
 MAZLE to wander aimlessly about; to trifle; to do anything unskilfully …1747 Eng. dial.
 MAZZLE to wander aimlessly about; to trifle; to do anything unskilfully …1747 Eng. dial.


UNSLEEPING – ADJECTIVES
– unsleeping, watchful, vigilant WAKER c1000 obs.


UNSMOOTH – ADJECTIVES
– unsmooth UNSMETHE c1200 obs.


UNSOCIABLE, UNSOCIABLY – ADJECTIVES
FAROUCHE sullen, shy, unsociable; distant in manner …1765
HAGGARD froward, contrary, stubborn, cross, unsociable …1580 obs.
NARROW-CONTRACTED stubborn, dogmatic; straitlaced; cross, unsociable …1930 Amer. dial.
OFFISH inclined to stand off; reserved, unsociable, shy …1825 Amer.
QUEER ill-tempered, captious; unsociable from some fancied slight or insult …1885 Eng. dial.
THARF reluctant, unwilling; hesitating; shy; slow; forbidding, cold, unsociable …1882 Sc. & Eng. dial.
UNCLUBBABLE not fit or inclined for society; unsociable …1764
UNCOMPANABLE not fit or inclined for society; uncompanionable, unsociable …1555 obs.
UN-FUCKING-SOCIABLE extremely unsociable ….20C US sl.

UNSOCIABLE etc. – ADVERBS
QUEER unsociably, ill-temperedly …1896 Eng. dial.

UNSOCIABLE etc. – NOUNS
M.R.A. unsociable behaviour; Major/Massive Reeb Action …1980s US college sl.

UNSOCIABLE etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
BAD MIXER a person who does not get on well with others socially …Bk1988 Aust. sl.
CRAB an unsociable student or teacher …Bk1934 college sl.
DEADBEAT a worthless or unsociable person; a party pooper or one who is considered a wet blanket …1872 Amer. sl.
DEAD ONE a useless, unsociable, impoverished, or mean person …L19 US sl.
GARBO an uncommunicative person; one who prefers little or no social life …Bk1975 Amer. sl. 
GEEK an overly diligent, unsociable student; any unsociable person obsessively devoted to a particular pursuit; one who is considered intellectual, and thus alien to the peer group …1957
LOBSTER an uncomplimentary term applied to one who is awkward and unsociable …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
NUBBIE an unsocial person, worldly, yet lazy …1824 Sc.
ONE TO HISSEL an unsociable, reserved person …1884 Eng. dial. 

UNSOCIABLE – VERBS
DRINK WITH THE FLIES to drink alone; to be unsociable …1943 Aust. sl.


UNSOCIAL – ADJECTIVES
– unsocial, reserved, shy; aloof; unapproachable; standoffish OFFISH 1825

UNSOCIAL – NOUNS, PERSON
– a person completely lacking in social graces QUIMBY 1997 US sl.


UNSOILED – ADJECTIVES
– unsoiled UNGLAURED 1828 Sc.
– unsoiled, clean, unstained; of paper: not written upon, unused FAIR c1420 obs.


UNSOPHISTICATED – ADJECTIVES
 BACK IN THE WOODS unsophisticated; out of step with the times …1965 Amer. dial.
 BUSH-LEAGUE inferior, minor, unsophisticated …N. Amer. colloq.
 CHINTZY unfashionable, unsophisticated …1953 Amer. dial.
 CHUMP unsophisticated, second-rate, provincial …20C sl.
 CHUMP-ASS unsophisticated, second-rate, provincial …20C sl.
 CHUMPISH unsophisticated, second-rate, provincial …20C sl.
 CORNFED rural; backward; unsophisticated …Bk2006 US sl.
 DUNGHILL of the lowest social status; not noble, common; hence, rustic, unsophisticated; crude, vulgar …1548 rare
 FATBACK lacking sophistication, rustic …1934 US sl.
 GOURDY inexperienced, unsophisticated, countrified …1953 Amer dial.
 GREEN AS A GOURD inexperienced, unsophisticated, countrified …1902 Amer dial.
 GUTTY raw, unsophisticated …1950s African-American sl.
 HICK unsophisticated, provincial …L20 colloq., derogatory
 JAY rustic, ignorant, unsophisticated …1889 Amer. dial.
 JUST FELL OFF THE CABBAGE TRUCK utterly naive or unsophisticated …1986 Amer. sl.
 L-7 unfashionable, unsophisticated …1950s African-American & teen sl.
 LAME socially unsophisticated; naive; ‘square’; hence, easily imposed upon; stupid; inept; ineffectual; incompetent; unaware; inexperienced …1935 US sl., esp. Black usage
 L-SEVEN unfashionable, unsophisticated …1950s African-American & teen sl.
 NEBBY very unsophisticated …1990s US sl.
 SILLY unlearned, unsophisticated, simple, rustic, ignorant …a1547 obs. or arch.
 SIMPLE-HEARTED ingenuous, sincere, unsophisticated …1711
 UNCOOL. unpleasant, emotional, rude, tactless, unsophisticated, unfair …1953 sl., orig. US
 UNGROOVY unsophisticated, unaware …1940s African-American usage
 UNHEP unaware, unsophisticated, ignorant …1930s sl., orig. US
 UNHIP unaware, unsophisticated, ignorant …1930s sl., orig. US
 UNHIPPED unaware, unsophisticated, ignorant …1930s sl., orig. US
 
UNSOPHISTICATED – NOUNS, PERSON
 APPLE-KNOCKER a rural, unsophisticated person …1910s US sl.
 APPLE-PICKER a fool, an unsophisticated person, a country person …1910s US sl.
 APPLE-SHAKER a rural, unsophisticated person …M19 US sl.
 APPLE-SQUEEZER a rural, unsophisticated person …1930s US sl.
 BACK NUMBER a person having out-of-date interests or ideas; an old-fashioned, or unsophisticated person …1882 Amer. sl.
 BAMA;  BAMMA a person from the rural American South, often characterized as unsophisticated or unfashionable; generally, an unsophisticated or unfashionable person; a rustic …1970 sl., chiefly African-American, often derogatory
 BARNEY an unsophisticated person; one who is not part of currently approved fashions or attitudes …1834 US college sl. 
 BEALS a fool, an idiot, an unsophisticated person; a displeasing person …a2001 sl.
 BENNY an unsophisticated peasant; a stupid person …1998 UK sl.
 BHUTTO an uncouth, unfashionable, uncultured person; an unsophisticated person …1995 W. Indies Rasta usage
 BITCH BOOBY a rough, unsophisticated country woman …1796 UK military sl.
 BOGAN a young lout; an  unfashionable, uncouth, or unsophisticated person, esp. regarded as being of low social status …1984 Aust. sl., depreciative usage
 CHUMP an unsophisticated person; a victim; an inferior …Bk1914 criminals’ sl.
 COUNTRY JOHNNY an unsophisticated country person …19C sl.
 CRUDIE an unsophisticated rustic …1968 US sl.
 DAD AND DAVE a peasant; an unsophisticated person …1930s Aust. sl.
 EIGHT-BALL an unsophisticated Black person; a square …M20 African-American sl.
– ELMER an unsophisticated, esp. rustic, man or boy; an inexperienced, stupid boy …1926 US sl.
 FARMER a peasant; an unsophisticated country person, whether an actual farmer or not; a rustic hillbilly …1864 US sl., derogatory
– FARMER a stupid or unsophisticated person; an unmannerly or otherwise objectionable person …M19 sl.
 GARVIE a country bumpkin; an unsophisticated peasant …1963 S. Afr. sl.
 GAWIE a country bumpkin; an unsophisticated peasant …1963 S. Afr. sl.
 GIRL NEXT DOOR, THE a person perceived as familiar, approachable, and dependable, typically in the context of a romantic partnership; sometimes with the implication of a lack of originality, excitement, or glamour; a wholesome, virtuous, chaste, and unsophisticated person …1925
 GOOF an unsophisticated rustic …1950s US sl.
 HAYBACK a rustic; a countrified person; an unsophisticated person …1941 Amer. dial.
 HAY KICKER a farmer; a rustic, a countrified person, an unsophisticated person …1941 Amer. dial.
 HAYMAKER a rustic, a countrified person, an unsophisticated person …1847 Amer. dial.
 HAY POUNDER a rustic, a countrified person, an unsophisticated person …1941 Amer. dial.
– HAY RUBE a farmer or rustic; a hick; an unsophisticated or boorish person …1900 Amer. dial.
 HAYSEED a rustic, a countrified person; an unsophisticated person; a rough, uncouth fellow …1834 Amer. sl.
 HAYSEEDER a rustic, a countrified person; an unsophisticated person …1891 Amer. dial.
 HAYSHAGGER a rustic, a countrified person, a bumpkin; an unsophisticated person …1966 Amer. dial.
 HAYSHAKER a farmer; a rustic, a countrified person, a bumpkin; an unsophisticated person …1924 Amer. dial.
 JAAPIE an unsophisticated person, esp. one from a rural area; patronizing usage if not offensive …1964 S. Afr. sl.
 JABRONEY;  JABRONI a newly immigrated foreigner; hence someone inexperienced or unsophisticated; an inept or stupid person; a guy or fellow …1960 US sl.
 JAY a person or fellow; a rustic or countrified person; one considered ignorant, awkward, or unsophisticated; a dull, stupid person …1890 Amer. dial.
 JAYBIRD a person or fellow; a rustic or countrified person; one considered ignorant, awkward, or unsophisticated; a dull, stupid person …1886 Amer. dial.
 JAYHAWK a person or fellow; a rustic or countrified person; one considered ignorant, awkward, or unsophisticated; a dull, stupid person …1907 Amer. dial.
 JAYHAWKER a person or fellow; a rustic or countrified person; one considered ignorant, awkward, or unsophisticated; a dull, stupid person …1911  Amer. dial.
 JEFF an ignorant, unsophisticated, or boring person; a pest …1938 Amer. dial.. derogatory
 JEFF DAVIS an ignorant, unsophisticated, or boring person; a pest …1946 Amer. dial., derogatory
 JEFFER an ignorant, unsophisticated, or boring person; a pest …1969 Amer. dial., derogatory
 LAIN a person easily imposed upon or cheated; a victim; also, one who is foolish or socially unsophisticated …1933 US sl., esp. Black & criminals’ usage
 LAME a person who is ‘lame’; a fool, an idiot; an unsophisticated person; one who does not fir in with a particular social group  …1958 US sl., chiefly Black usage
 LAME-O a fool; an idiot; an unsophisticated person …1977 US college sl.
 LAMER a person who is ‘lame’; a fool, an idiot; an unsophisticated person …1961 US sl.
 LANE a person easily imposed upon or cheated; a victim; also, one who is foolish or socially unsophisticated …1933 US sl., esp. Black & criminals’ usage
 MOSSBACK an unsophisticated country dweller; a rustic …1873
 NEWT a stupid, unsophisticated or socially inadequate person …1920s US college sl.
 OAT-CAKE an unsophisticated fellow …1914 Amer. college sl.
 QUACO an unsophisticated, ignorant person – a countrified person …1799 W. Indies sl.
 QUAMIN an unsophisticated, ignorant person – a countrified person …1943 W. Indies sl.
 QUARMIN an unsophisticated, ignorant person – a countrified person …1943 W. Indies sl. 
 QUASHIE a country dweller; an unsophisticated peasant …M19 sl.
 RABBIT-CHOKER a country person; a farmer; an unsophisticated peasant; a hillbilly …c1950 Amer. 
 RAILSPLITTER a farmer; an unsophisticated rustic …1867 Amer. dial.
 RANKY DANK an unsophisticated, unworldly person …1960s African-American sl.
 REUBEN an unsophisticated countryman; a farmer or rustic, a countrified person; a boorish person …1890 Amer. dial.
 ROUGH NUT an ugly person; an unsophisticated person from the bush …Bk1999 Aust. sl.
 SHIRL a boorish, loutish, unsophisticated female; a female ‘ocker’ …1970s Aust. sl.
 SHIT-KICKER a rustic, unsophisticated, or countrified person; a cowboy or would-be cowboy …1964 Amer. dial.
– SQUAB an unsophisticated girl …Bk1914 criminals’ sl. 
 TACK an unsophisticated person …1950s African-American sl.
 WALLY;  WOLLY an unfashionable, unintelligent, suburban person, lacking in taste and sophistication …1920s sl.
 WALLY-BRAIN an unfashionable, unintelligent, ‘suburban’ person, lacking in taste and sophistication …1981 UK sl. 
– WINCHELL a trusting, unsophisticated person …1972 US sl.
 WOODCHUCK an unsophisticated person from a remote place …1931 US sl. SL
– WOOLLY BACK an unsophisticated country dweller; a rustic …1981 UK sl.
 WRINKLE an unpleasant, unsophisticated male …1990s US college sl.
 YAHOE a loutish, ignorant, or inexperienced person; an unsophisticated rustic …1851 Amer. dial.
 YAHOO a degraded or bestial person; a lout, a boor; an ignorant, or inexperienced person; an unsophisticated rustic …1726
 YAP an uncultured or unsophisticated person; a gullible person; an easy victim; a dupe …c1894 Eng. dial. & US sl.
 YARD DOG an unsophisticated, uncouth person …1973 US sl.
 YARPIE an unsophisticated person, esp. one from a rural area; patronizing usage if not offensive …1964 S. Afr. sl.
 YAY-NAY a simpleton; a poor conversationalist; an unsophisticated person …Bk1860 sl.
 YEA-AND-NAY-MAN one who has no conversational power, and can only answer ‘yea’ or ‘nay’ to a question; a simpleton; an unsophisticated person …1725 sl.
 YELLOWHAMMER an unsophisticated rustic …1836 sl.
 YOB a fool; a naive, gullible, or unintelligent person; also, an unsophisticated person; a country bumpkin …1886 chiefly Aust. & NZ rare
 YOBBO a foolish, unsophisticated idiot …Bk1988 Aust. sl.
 YOKEL a term of contempt for a (stupid or ignorant) countryman or rustic; an uneducated and unsophisticated, gullible person from the countryside; a country bumpkin; a lout; an oaf …1812 usually derogatory
 
UNSOPHISTICATED – PHRASES
 FROM HORSE AND BUGGY unsophisticated; from the backwoods …2000s sl.
 
UNSOPHISTICATED – VERBS
 APPLE KNOCK to act the yokel, to behave in an unsophisticated manner …1940s sl.


UNSOUND – ADJECTIVES
– unsound, broken UP THE WOP 2001 NZ sl.
– unsound, crazy ADDLE 1847 Eng. dial.
– unsound, liable to collapse, unfit CRONK 1900 Aust.
– unsound or unreliable WONKY 1925 UK sl.
– unsound, shaky; in bad condition; of a low or inferior quality DICKEY;  DICKY 1819


UNSPARING – ADJECTIVES
– unsparing, fierce, destructive CATAWAMPOUS 1856 sl., chiefly US
– unsparing, fierce, destructive CATAWAMPTIOUS 1856 sl., chiefly US


UNSPEAKABLE – ADJECTIVES
– unspeakable, appalling JOLLY UTTER L19 sl.


UNSPECIFIED – NOUNS, PERSON
– an unspecified person RANDOM JOE 1980s US college sl.


UNSTABLE – ADJECTIVES
 ACEY-DEUCEY complex, unstable, neither one thing nor the other …1970s African-American sl.
 COGGLETY shaky, unsteady, unstable, rickety …19C Eng. dial.
 DIPPY foolish, unstable, silly; crazy, demented …1899 US sl.
 JIGGERED irrational, unstable, crazed, deranged, not sound-minded  having a ‘screw loose’ …1895 Amer. dial.
 JIGGERY irrational, unstable, crazed, deranged, not sound-minded  having a ‘screw loose’ …1895 Amer. dial.
 LABILE apt to slip away; slippery, unstable …1623 obs.
 LOOSE IN THE HAFT unstable, unreliable ….c1325 obs.
 OFF THE RAILS emotionally unstable …M19 sl.
 RACKETY unstable, falling to pieces, ready to collapse, wobbly …1824 Amer. dial.
 RACKILY unstable, falling to pieces, ready to collapse, wobbly …1967 Amer. dial.
 RACKLETY unstable, falling to pieces, ready to collapse, wobbly …1967 Amer. dial.
 RICKETY-RACKETY shaky, dilapidated, unstable …1968 Amer. dial.
 RICKLETY rickety, unstable, dilapidated, unsteady …1969 Amer. dial.
 RICKLEY loose, unstable, rickety, dilapidated …1865 Sc.
 RICKLY loose, unstable, rickety, dilapidated …1865 Sc.
 RICKY-RACKY shaky, dilapidated, unstable …1968 Amer. dial.
 SHITTLE-WITTED fickle, flighty, unstable, unsteady …1448 obs.
 SKETCHY confused, unstable, strange, unsettling …1980s US students’ sl.
 TICKLE insecure, unstable, tottering, easily upset; ready to fall …1579 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
 TICKLISH unstable, unsteady, unsettled, uncertain, fickle …1606
 TIPPERTY unstable …1825 Sc.
 TOLTER moving unsteadily; unsteady, unstable, tottering; insecure, precarious …1423 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 UNGLUED unstable, emotional, lacking control …1950s
 UP A TREE annoyed, emotionally unstable …1910s sl.
 VARIOUS of persons: changeable in character; inconstant, unstable; fickle …1636 obs.
 WEEHAW askew, crooked, uneven, shaky, unstable …1894 Amer. dial.
 WEEWARY askew, crooked, uneven, shaky, unstable …1894 Amer. dial.
 WEEWOPPY askew, crooked, uneven, shaky, unstable …1894 Amer. dial.
 WHEEJAW askew, crooked, uneven, shaky, unstable …1894 Amer. dial.
 WHEEWHAW askew, crooked, uneven, shaky, unstable …1894 Amer. dial.
 
UNSTABLE – ADVERBS
 ASS OVER APPETITE upside down, unstable, head over heels, in confusion …1956
 ASS OVER APPLE CART upside down, unstable, head over heels, in confusion …1923
 ASS OVER HEAD upside down, unstable, head over heels, in confusion …1888
 ASS OVER TIT upside down, unstable, head over heels, in confusion …1939
 TICKLELY in an insecure or unstable manner …1601 obs.
 TICKLY in an insecure or unstable manner …1674 obs.
 
UNSTABLE – NOUNS
 TICKLENESS insecurity, instability; critical situation, precariousness; inconstancy; uncertainty …c1390 obs.
 VANE an unstable or constantly changing thing …1588
 
UNSTABLE – NOUNS, PERSON
 BESERKO an unstable, eccentric person …1982 US sl.
 CRANK a mentally unstable person; an unreliable, unpredictable person; a person who is obsessed by a single topic or hobby …1833 US sl.
 DAMAGED GOODS an emotionally or mentally unstable person …1990s sl.
 DING a mentally unstable person …1929 US sl.
 EASTIE-WASTIE an unreliable or unstable person; one on whose word there can be no dependence …1808 Sc. obs.
 JIGGER-HEAD one who is irrational, unstable, crazed, or deranged …1895 Amer. dial.
 LOONY BIRD a person who is at least eccentric, at most mentally unstable or irrational …1964 US sl.
 MADDY a psychologically unstable person; a lunatic …1990s Aust. & Sc. sl.
 MOONCALF a fickle, unstable person …1607 obs.
 SICKO a mentally unstable person, with overtones of sexual perversion; a pervert or someone with a warped or perverted sense of humour …1970s sl.
 SKETCH one who looks or feels confused, unstable, or odd …1980s US students’ sl.
 SKETCHBALL one who looks or feels confused, unstable, or odd …1980s US students’ sl.
 SKETCHER one who looks or feels confused, unstable, or odd …1980s US students’ sl.
 VANE an unstable or constantly changing person or thing …1588
 WANGLER an unstable person …Bk1873 Eng. dial.
 WHACKO an unstable or mentally ill person …1970s sl.
– WIND-COCK a person of unstable disposition …Bk1905 Sc. 
 WING-DING an unstable, crazy person …1960s sl.
 
UNSTABLE – VERBS
 NOT HAVE ALL ONE’S BUTTONS to be insane, crazy, or unstable …1860 sl.
 UNBOTTOM to deprive of support or stay; to unsettle or make unstable …1598 obs.


UNSTAINED – ADJECTIVES
– unstained UNBLECKED c1380 obs.
– unstained, untarnished UNBLENCHED 1813


UNSTEADILY, UNSTEADINESS, UNSTEADY – ADJECTIVES
 AIVY-KAIVY precariously balanced, unsteady …Bk1898 Eng. dial. 
 BALLASTLESS unsteady …1885
 BALTERING unsteady, clumsy …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
 COCKLETY rickety; tottering; unsteady; applied to what is likely to tumble or fall off …Bk1883 Eng. dial.
 COCKLEY unsteady …Bk1875 Eng. dial.
 COGGLETY shaky, unsteady, unstable, rickety …19C Eng. dial.
 CRICKELTY unsteady; liable to tilt or upset …19C Eng. dial.
 DODDLY nervous, shaky, unsteady; tottering, old, and not very well …1953 Amer. dial.
 DOTTY feeble or unsteady in gait …colloq.
 EMMIS insecurely placed, unsteady, rickety …Bk1900 Sc.
 EYVY-KEYVY unsteady, trembling in the balance; uncertain, undetermined, doubtful, wavering, precarious …1874 Eng. dial.
 FLAPPY giddy, unsteady …Eng. dial.
 GIVEY unsteady …1895 Amer. dial.
 HALLOPIN unsteady, unsettled, foolish …Bk1905 Sc.
 HAVEY-CAVEY unsteady, trembling in the balance; uncertain, undetermined, doubtful, wavering, precarious …1874 Eng. dial.
 HEAVY-CEAVY unsteady, trembling in the balance; uncertain, undetermined, doubtful, wavering, precarious …1874 Eng. dial.
 HEIGHVY-KEIGHVY unsteady, trembling in the balance; uncertain, undetermined, doubtful, wavering, precarious …1874 Eng. dial.
 INGIDDIED made giddy or unsteady …1628 obs. rare
 LUBRIC slippery, shifty, deceitful; wavering, unsteady, uncertain; prone to danger or error …1631 obs.
 NAZZLED slightly intoxicated, unsteady …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 NIDY-NOY staggering or walking unsteadily from drink …1791 Sc. 
 ON THE TARVE unsteady …1910 Amer. dial.
 QUAVERY quavering, jerky, unsteady …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 RAMSHACKLE of persons, actions, etc.: unsteady, irregular, disorderly, rude …1855 chiefly Eng. dial.
 RAMSHACKLING worthless; idle; unsteady …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 RICKET unsteady, rickety …Bk1904 Sc. obs.
 RICKETED rickety, shaky, unsteady …1896 Eng. dial.
 RICKLETY rickety, unstable, dilapidated, unsteady …1969 Amer. dial.
 ROCKY unsteady, tottering, shaky …M18
 SCADDLE wild, mischievous, unsteady; thievish, esp. used of a cat or dog …1691 Eng. dial.
 SHITTLE-WITTED fickle, flighty, unstable, unsteady …1448 obs.
 TICKLISH unstably balanced or poised; easily unbalanced or upset; unsteady …1601
– TICKLISH unstable, unsteady, unsettled, uncertain, fickle …1606
 TIPPLY apt to tip over; unsteady …1906 colloq.
 TIPPY characterized by tipping or tilting; unsteady …1886 colloq.
 TITTERING tottering, swaying. moving unsteadily …1661
 TITTUPING unsteady, rickety …1824
– TITTUPY apt to tip up; unsteady, shaky, rickety …1798 colloq.
– TITUBANT staggering, tottering, reeling, stumbling, unsteady …1817
 TITUBATING moving unsteadily …1653 rare
 TOLTER moving unsteadily; unsteady, unstable, tottering; insecure, precarious …1423 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 UNGAIN disagreeable; intractable, troublesome; unsteady, wild; stupid …1895 Eng. dial.
 VENTILOUS fluttering, flickering, unsteady …1483 obs.
 WAFFLY easily blown about by the wind, unsubstantial, without stamina; shaky, unsteady …Bk1905 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 WAGGLY unsteady …Bk1905 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 WALEY-GALEY unsteady, tottering …B1900 Eng. dial.
 WAMBLY shaky, tottering, unsteady …1857 Eng. dial.
 WANKLE unsteady, insecure; changeable, unsettled, precarious; inconstant, wavering; also, weak in health, delicate, sickly …c888 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
 WANTY unsteady, tottering …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 WEE-WAW  askew; crooked; more on one side than the other;  rickety, shaky, loose, unsteady, wobbling …1746 Eng. & Amer. dial.
 WEGGLETY unsteady …1877 Eng. dial.
– WIMBLY-WAMBLY unsteady; dizzy; feeling sick and giddy …1881 Eng. dial.
 WONKY unsteady, shaky …Bk1999 Aust. sl.
 WOOZY unsteady; dizzy; disoriented; intoxicated with drugs or drink …1897 US sl.
 
UNSTEADILY etc. – ADVERBS
 NIDDY-NODDY to and fro, unsteadily …1877
 TITTER-TOTTER in a tottering manner; unsteadily …1725
 TOLTER unsteadily …1423 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 WAGGLY unsteadily …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 WONKILY in a halting and unsteady way …1990s Amer. college sl.
 
UNSTEADILY etc. – NOUNS
 SHUCK unsteadiness …1982 Amer. dial.
 STOITER a lurch, or unsteady movement; a stumble …Sc.
 TITTERING the act of tottering or swaying; unsteady movement …c1374
 TITUBANCY tipsiness, partial drunkenness; unsteadiness …1800 rare
– TITUBATION the act of staggering, reeling, stumbling, or tottering; unsteadiness in gait or carriage …1849 rare
 WAMBLE an unsteady movement of a person or thing; a roll of the body; a rolling or staggering gait …1825
 
UNSTEADILY etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
 WAFFLER a person unsteady in gait …1843 Eng. dial.
 
UNSTEADILY etc. – VERBS
 BELLRAIVE to rove about; to be unsteady; to act on impulse …Bk1911 Sc.
 DADDLE to walk unsteadily; to stagger; to walk with short steps …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
 DODDER to move unsteadily; to totter
 HABBLE to move unsteadily, to hobble, to limp about …1788 Sc.
 HALPER to stumble; to go unsteadily; to go backward and forward …1596 obs.
 MAKE A VIRGINIA FENCE to walk unsteadily, as a drunkard; to stagger in a zigzag course; to be drunk …1737 Amer. rare
 MAUNDER to wander about in a confused, aimless, or melancholy fashion; to miss one’s way; to walk unsteadily; to act in a helpless, imbecile manner …1819 Eng. dial.
 TIP to render unsteady; to make drunk; to intoxicate …1605 sl. obs.
 TIPPER to place in an unsteady position …1818 Sc.
 TITTER to move unsteadily, as if about to fall; to totter, to reel; to sway to and fro …c1374 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
 UNBALLAST to render unsteady …1836
 WALK ON ROCKY SOCKS to walk unsteadily owing to an excess of drink…20C US sl.
 WALLOCK to roll in one’s gait; to walk unsteadily …Bk1905 Eng, dial.
 WALTER to move or go unsteadily; to totter, to stumble; also, to go with a rolling gait; to waddle …1399 obs.
 WAMBLE of things: to totter, to waver; to move unsteadily, to stagger, to reel …1589 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– WAMBLE to roll about in walking; to go with an unsteady gait …1611 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
 WANGLE of a thing: to move loosely or shakily on its base or in its place of attachment; of a person; to go unsteadily …1820 Eng. dial.
 WUGGLE to waddle; to stagger along unsteadily …1865 Sc.
 YAW to deviate, to go out of course, to go or move unsteadily …1584


UNSTYLISH – ADJECTIVES
– hopelessly out of style SAFE 1982 US Hawaiian youth usage
– unstylish, dressed in a shabby or old-fashioned way, dowdy, unstylish: applied to female dress NUNTY 1838 Eng. dial.
– unstylish, lacking social awareness UNTOGETHER 1960s US sl.


UNSUBDUED – ADJECTIVES
– unsubdued; unconvinced UNSAYED Bk1905 Eng. dial.


UNSUBSTANTIAL – ADJECTIVES
AERICAL aerial; existing in the air; unsubstantial …1660 obs. rare
AERIE spiritual, incorporeal, unsubstantial, visionary …1586
AERIFORM unsubstantial, intangible, unreal …1828
AERY spiritual, incorporeal, unsubstantial, visionary …1586
LATHERY ‘frothy’, unsubstantial …1803
UMBRATILE of a shadowy nature; unsubstantial; unreal …1647 now rare or obs.
VAPOROUS of ideas, feelings, etc.: fanciful, idle, unsubstantial, vain …1605
VAPOURY unsubstantial, indefinite, vague …1818
WAFFLY easily blown about by the wind, unsubstantial, without stamina; shaky, unsteady …Bk1905 Sc. & Eng. dial.

UNSUBSTANTIAL – NOUNS
DEAF NUT something hollow, worthless, or unsubstantial …1613
HOUSE OF CARDS any insecure or unsubstantial scheme, system, etc. …1641
SYLLABUB something unsubstantial and frothy; esp., floridly vapid discourse or writing …1706
VAPOUR something unsubstantial or worthless …1382


UNSUBTLE – ADJECTIVES
– unsubtle, exaggerated, histrionic; Amateur Dramatic AM DRAM 1985 UK sl.
– unsubtle, outspoken, obvious BROAD 


UNSUCCESSFUL – ADJECTIVES
AT THE RACES unsuccessful, uncompetitive …2003 Irish sl.
DEAD LOSS useless, unsuccessful, unprofitable …1920s sl.
ILL-FARED unlucky, unsuccessful …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
NO CIGAR not being a winning or successful effort, as if not good enough to earn a cigar as a prize …colloq.
NOT IN THE RACE not having any chance of success …1904 Aust. sl.

UNSUCCESSFUL – NOUNS
BOBBLE an unsuccessful undertaking; a failure …1920 Amer. dial.
BOSS-SHOT an unsuccessful attempt …1898 Eng. dial.
CRULLER a failure; an unsuccessful performance or entertainment …Bk1974 Amer. sl.
DEAD DUCK an absolute failure; a person or thing with no possibility of success …1829 US sl.
DUD a worthless or unsuccessful thing; a failure …1915 UK sl.
NO-HOPER something which is unlikely to be successful or to bring success …1976 colloq.
NON STARTER something or someone that has no chance of success …1934 UK sl.

UNSUCCESSFUL – NOUNS, PERSON
COLD WIRE an unsuccessful or unlikable person …1941 US sl.
DEAD DUCK an absolute failure; a person or thing with no possibility of success …1829 US sl.
DUD a worthless or unsuccessful person; a failure …1915 UK sl.
NON STARTER something or someone that has no chance of success …1934 UK sl.

UNSUCCESSFUL – PHRASES
THAT DOG WON’T HUNT used to express the opinion that a particular plan or approach will not succeed …1912 US colloq.

UNSUCCESSFUL – VERBS
BRING ONE’S EGGS TO A FAIR MARKET to be unsuccessful in a venture; chiefly ironic …1615 obs.
BRING ONE’S HOGS TO A FAIR MARKET to be unsuccessful in a venture; chiefly ironic …1600 obs.
BRING ONE’S PIGS TO A FINE MARKET to be disappointed or unsuccessful in a venture; chiefly ironic usage …1693
BUY THE RABBIT to be unsuccessful or have misfortune; to get the worst of a deal, to fare badly …1807 sl. rare
GET SKUNKED to be totally unsuccessful in an endeavour …1942 Amer. dial.
ILL-FARE to fare badly, to meet with ill-success …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
MISFORE to be unsuccessful or unfortunate; to miscarry …1804 Sc. 
MIS-SPEED to be unsuccessful or unlucky …a1387 obs.


UNSUITABLE, UNSUITABLY – ADJECTIVES
EXTRAVAGANT varying widely from what is usual or proper; unusual, abnormal, strange; unbecoming, unsuitable …1650 obs.
ILL-BECOMING unsuitable, unbecoming …1864 Eng. dial.
IMPERTINENT unsuitable, unfitted for …1594 obs.
IMPOLITICAL not politic; not according to good policy; unsuitable for the end proposed or desired; inexpedient …1748 obs.
 LIKE A LILY ON A DIRT TIN utterly inappropriate or unsuitable …1930s Aust. sl.
 LIKE A LILY ON A DUSTBIN utterly inappropriate or unsuitable …1930s Aust. sl.
OUT OF PLACE AS BALLS ON A WHALE, AS unsuitable …1977 US sl.
OUT OF THE WAY unsuitable, inappropriate, gauche …1976 Amer. dial.
STRAVAGANT irrelevant, unsuitable …1565 obs.
UNABLE of things: unfit or unsuitable for some purpose …1390 obs.
UNAGREEABLE unconformable or unsuitable to; inconsistent or incongruous with …1550 obs.
UNBECOMELY unbecoming; unsuitable …c1200 obs.
UNBEHOVABLE unsuitable; unprofitable …c1440 obs. rare
UNFEWSOME awkward, unbecoming, unsuitable …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
UNFITTEN unfit, unqualified, unsuitable …1889 Amer. dial.
UNGAIN awkward, inconvenient, unfavourable, unprofitable; unsuitable …1790 Eng. dial.

UNSUITABLE etc. – ADVERBS
UNCOMELY in an uncomely manner; unsuitably, unbecomingly …c1375 obs.

UNSUITABLE etc. – NOUNS
IMPERTINENCES something unsuitable, out of place, trivial, or irrational; an incongruity; a trifle, absurdity, piece of folly …1603
IMPORTUNITY the condition of being unseasonable or inopportune; unseasonableness; an unsuitable time …1489 obs.

UNSUITABLE etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
SPARE PART an incompetent or unsuitable man …World War I Eng. sl. 

UNSUITABLE etc. – VERBS
SUIT LIKE FROST AND FLOWERS to be quite unsuitable …B1900


UNSUMMONED – ADJECTIVES
– unsummoned; not called upon UNCHARGED 1456 obs.


UNSURPASSABLE – ADJECTIVES
– unsurpassable IMPOSSIBLE Bk1902 Eng. dial.

UNSURPASSABLE – PHRASES
– to an unsurpassable degree TO BEAT THE BAND 1897 Amer. sl.


UNSUSCEPTIBLE – VERBS
– to render unsusceptible VASTATE 1892 rare


UNSUSPECTED – ADJECTIVES
– unsuspected, unexpected UNASPECTED 1578 obs.


UNSUSPECTING – NOUNS, PERSON
– an unsuspecting, simple person; one easily imposed upon BAWKEN 1924 Sc. 


UNSYMPATHETIC – ADJECTIVES
– of an unsympathetic character HARD-GRAINED 1847