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unrealistic.adjective
not realistic; not compatible with reality or fact
unrealistically.adverb

unrealized.adjective
never came to pass; not achieved; not brought to realization; not made actual or real: unrealized aspirations; not converted into money (an unrealized property.asset)
unrealizable.adjective
not able to be achieved or made to happen

unclear, unclearer, unclearest.adjectives
not.clearly.defined; not explicit; not easy to see, hear or understand; not obvious, definite or certain
unclearly.adverb
unclearness.noun

unacquainted.adjective
if you are unacquainted with something, you do not know about it or do not have not any experience with it (she was unacquainted with computers); not familiar or acquainted with; not informed or knowledgeable about (unacquainted with a car's standard transmission, which is far more fuel efficient than an automatic, she, nonetheless, decided for an automatic)

unrepentant.adjective
having no remorse; not being repentent; if you are unrepentant, you are not ashamed of thoughts and actions that are evil and do not think of consequences before acting
unrepentantly.adverb

unresisting.adjective
not showing, producing or putting up any resistance
unresisted.adjective
unresistingly.adverb

unfulfilled.adjective
if you use unfulfilled to describe something such as a promise, ambition or need, you mean that what was promised, hoped for or needed has not come for you (he was angry at unfulfilled promises of jobs and decent housing); someone feeling unfulfilled is one who is dissatisfied with his or her lot in life, perhaps because they feel that what they have done was never good enough

undone.verb
past participle of undo
undo, undid, undone, undoing, undoes.verbs
transitive verb use.to reverse or erase; annul; to untie, disassemble or loosen (undo a shoelace); unwrap; unravel
intransitive verb use.to come open or unfastened (the zipper broke on my jacket so it came undone)
undoer.noun,.plural.undoers

unsuspecting.adjective
not suspicious; trusting
unsuspectingly.adverb

unstudied.adjective
not contrived for effect; natural (unstudied grace); not gained by study or instruction (unstudied talent)

umbrella.noun,.plural.umbrellas
a device for protection from the weather consisting of a collapsible, usually circular.canopy.mounted on a central rod; something that covers or protects
umbrellaless.adjective

upend, upended, upending, upends.verbs
transitive verb use.to stand, set or turn on one end (to upend someone's opinion; to upend an oblong box); to overturn or overthrow; if you upend something, you turn it upside down; to affect to the point of being upset or flurried (internet trolls paid to seek out and alter true opinons, so that those paying for the deceit benefit)
intransitive verb use.to be upended
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