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unscrupulous.adjective
devoid of scruples; oblivious to or contemptuous of what is right or honorable
unscrupulously.adverb
unscrupulousness.noun

unconscionable.adjective
not restrained by conscience; unscrupulous-(unconscionable behavior); beyond prudence or reason; excessive; lacking a good conscience (unconscionable spending; unconscionable acts made legal)
unconscionably.adverb
unconscionableness.noun

unconscious.adjective
lacking.awareness and the capacity for sensory.perception; not conscious; not awake; temporarily.lacking consciousness of surroundings; occurring in the absence of conscious awareness or thought (unconscious resentment; unconscious fears); without conscious control; involuntary or unintended (an unconscious mannerism)
unconscious.noun
the unconscious or division of the mind in psychoanalytic theory containing elements of psychic makeup, such as memories or repressed desires, that are not subject to conscious perception or control but that often affect conscious thoughts and behavior
unconsciously.adverb
unconsciousness.noun

unpretentious.adjective
lacking pretension or affectation; modest; plain
unpretentiously.adverb
unpretentiousness.noun

urge, urged, urging, urges.verbs
transitive verb use.to force or drive forward or onward; impel; to entreat.earnestly and often repeatedly; exhort; to advocate earnestly the doing, consideration or approval of; press for; to stimulate; excite
intransitive verb use.to exert an impelling force; push vigorously

urgent.adjective
compelling immediate action or attention; pressing; insistent or importunate (the urgent words 'Hurry! Hurry!'); conveying a sense of pressing importance (an urgent message)
urgently.adverb

urgency.noun, plural.urgencies
the quality.or.condition of being urgent; pressing importance (the urgency of the call for help); a pressing necessity

unpleasant.adjective
not pleasing; disagreeable
unpleasantly.adverb

unsightly, unsightlier, unsightliest.adjectives
unpleasant or offensive to look at; unattractive; ugly
unsightliness.noun

unduly.adverb
excessively; immoderately.(unduly being interested in getting better educated will lead one to the means of accomplishment); see duly

undue.adjective
exceeding what is appropriate or normal; excessive; undue use of force; not yet payable or due (an undue loan)

unessential.adjective
not necessary or important; dispensable
unessential.noun
what is unnecessary

unvarying, unvariable, unvaried.adjectives
not varying

undisputed.adjective
if you describe a fact or opinion as undisputed, you are trying to persuade someone that it is generally accepted as true or correct (the undisputed fact that he had broken the law; the undisputed genius of many quantum physicists); without dispute; compare indisputability

unnecessary.adjective
not necessary; needless
unnecessarily.adverb

undoubted.adjective
accepted as beyond question; in fact; undisputed; authentic
undoubtedly.adverb

unyielding.adjective
not bending; inflexible; not giving way to pressure or persuasion; obdurate
unyieldingly.adverb
unyieldingness.noun

Upanishad.noun,.plural.Upanishads
any of a group of philosophical.treatises.contributing to the theology of ancient.Hinduism, elaborating on the earlier Vedas
Upanishadic.adjective

unprincipled.adjective
lacking principles or moral.scruples; unscrupulous.(unprincipled behavior
unprincipledness.noun

uncertain.adjective
not sure of something; not having confidence enough in to proceed; questionable; undecided (uncertain plans to go away in winter); not having sure knowledge (I recall the events with some uncertainty; subject to change; variable (uncertain weather)
uncertainly.adverb
uncertainness.noun

uncertainty.noun,.plural.uncertainties
the condition of being uncertain; doubt; something uncertain (the uncertainties of modern life)

undecided.adjective
not yet determined or settled; open (we are still undecided as to where to go for our vacation); not having reached a decision
undecided.noun, plural.undecideds
undecidedly.adverb
undecidedness.noun

unverified.transitive verb
that which has not been verified
unverifiable.adjective

unavoidable.adjective
impossible to avoid; inevitable; certain
unavoidability.or.unavoidableness.noun
unavoidably.adverb

unjust.adjective
violating.ethical.standards; unfair; dishonest
unjustly.adverb
unjustness.noun
unjustifiable.adjective
impossible to excuse, pardon or justify
unjustifiably.adverb
unjustified.adjective
if you describe a belief or action as unjustified, you think that there is no good reason for having it or doing it; not justified

unprejudiced.adjective
free from prejudice; impartial; fair; unprejudiced means without favorable or unfavorable.preconceived.opinions.or.judgments (an unprejudiced evaluation of the arguments for and against the proposal)

underhand.also.underhanded.adjective
marked by or done in a deceptive, secret or sly.manner; dishonest and sneaky; in a sly and secret way
underhand, underhandedness.nouns
underhandedly.adverb
Sports:.executed with the hand brought forward and up from below the level of the shoulder; underarm (an underhand pitch; throw the ball underhand)

undefiled.adjective
not defiled; free from that by which the nature of a thing is deformed and debased or its force and vigour impaired

unconventional.adjective
not adhering to convention; out of the ordinary; if you describe a person or their attitude or behavior as unconventional, you mean that they do not behave in the same way as most other people in their society (Linus Pauling is an unconventional genius); an unconventional way of doing something is not the usual way of doing it and may be rather surprising (despite his unconventional methods, Ron Glasberg has inspired so many pupils as professor at the University of Calgary, he is consistently nominated for teaching awards
unconventionality.noun
unconventionally.adverb

unreasoned.adjective
not based on or guided by reason; unreasonable (unreasoned prejudices)

unguent.noun
a salve for soothing or healing; an ointment
unguentary.adjective

unscathed.adjective
not injured or harmed (escaped the hurricane unscathed)

unspecified.adjective
you say that something is unspecified when you are not told exactly what it is; not known or not stated (the meeting will take place at an unspecified date in the future); not specified; undetermined

unfortunate.adjective
characterized by undeserved bad luck; unlucky; causing misfortune; disastrous or regrettable.circumstances; deplorable (an unfortunate lack of good manners); a victim of bad luck
unfortunately.adverb
unfortunate, unfortunateness.noun

undergo, underwent, undergone, undergoing, undergoes.transitive verbs
to pass through; experience (a house that is undergoing renovations); to endure; suffer (society is undergoing great changes)

unpredictable.adjective
difficult to foretell or foresee (unpredictable test results; unpredictable events)
unpredictability, unpredictable.nouns
something difficult or impossible to foretell or foresee
unpredictably.adverb

usual.adjective
commonly.encountered, experienced or observed (the usual summer heat); regularlyor customarily used (ended the speech with the usual expressions of thanks); in conformity with regular practice or procedure (she always arrives at the usual time)

as usual.idiom
as commonly or habitually.happens (as usual, I slept late that Saturday morning)
usually.adverb
usualness.noun
(it's the same old usualness with promises from political bodies)

unfit.adjective
not meant or adapted for a given purpose; inappropriate (a glue that is unfit for use on wood surfaces); below a required.standard; unqualified (an unfit politician eventually gives forth his true intent); not in good physical or mental health
unfit, unfitted, unfitting, unfits.transitive verbs
to cause to be unsuited or unqualified
unfitly.adverb
(brash words are always unfitly spoken)
unfitness.noun
(the sports player's injury was reason for his unfitness)

uninterrupted.adjective
if something is uninterrupted, it is continuous and has no breaks or interruptions in it (organic nutrition enables the healing process to continue uninterrupted); if you have an uninterrupted view of something, there is nothing between you and that thing to stop you from seeing it clearly (diners can enjoy an uninterrupted view of the garden; uninterrupted sleep; an uninterrupted view of the mountains)
uninterruptedly.adverb

urchin.noun, plural.urchins
a playful or mischievous youngster; a scamp; a sea urchin

unfair, unfairer, unfairest.adjectives
not just or evenhanded; biased (an unfair call by an umpire; policies that favor the rich and important are unfair)
unfairly.adverb
unfairness.noun

unusual.adjective
if something is unusual, it does not happen very often or you do not see it or hear it very often (they have replanted many areas with rare and unusual plants; to be appreciated as a politician is quite unusual); if you describe someone as unusual, you think that they are interesting and different from other people; not usual, common.or.ordinary
unusually.adverb
unusualness.noun
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