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1. ǣʒ-endlīc adj.

Additional spellings: æʒendlic
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Unending, eternal.

2. unlọ̄sen v.

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(a) To free (sb. from the bonds of sin, the soul from sin); liberate (sb. from the body), move (sb.) to rapture; also, release (grace), set loose (b) to disengage (one’s riches from oneself); also, r

3. un- pref.(2)

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An inseparable prefix in a large number of words, chiefly finite verbs (including especially their past participles) and their derivative gerunds and occasionally agent nouns. A few of the words are…

4. un-tọ̄̆-bẹ̄-thouʒt-upon ppl.

Additional spellings: unto-be-thouʒt-upon, unto be thouʒt upon
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Not thought about, unpondered, unconsidered.

5. un- pref.(1)

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An inseparable prefix in a very large number of words, usu. expressing simple negation, with the meaning ‘not’. It appears primarily with nouns, adjectives, adverbs, present and past participles, but…

6. ūnī̆- pref.

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A prefix or combining element in more than twenty words, chiefly nouns, borrowed from L or OF meaning ‘single, one’. As a discrete prefix, it is used in the nouns unanimite, unicorn(e, uniformite,

7. bācǒun n.

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(a) Pork cured in brine or by smoking; esp. salt pork or a cut of it; salt bacoun; seind bacoun, smoked pork; bacoun hog, a hog fattened for butchering; (b) bacoun flich or flik, a side of bacon; (c)…

8. untreunesse n.

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Unfaithfulness; also, faithless or disloyal activity [1st quot.].

9. unflāciǒun n.

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A decrease in swelling, deflation.

10. unportūne adj.

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Persistent, ceaseless.

11. uncessāble adj.

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(a) Incessant, unstinting; (b) permanent.

12. unhōden v.

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To remove the hood signifying ecclesiastical service from (sb.), defrock; ppl. unhodid, not given a hood; also, not ordained.

13. uncomprē̆hensī̆ble adj.

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That cannot be contained or confined within bounds, limitless; that cannot be comprehended by human reason, unfathomable.

14. ungrāte n.

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A scoundrel, wretch.

15. untestāble adj.

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Abominable, detestable.

16. ǣn-līc adj.

Additional spellings: ænlic
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Of persons: noble.

17. stalǒun n.

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(a) A stallion; (b) fig. a sexually promiscuous man; (c) as a term of abuse; (d) in surnames and place names.

18. unportāble adj.

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(a) Burdensome, intolerable, vnbearable; onerous, oppressive; ?also, unjustifiable, unsupportable by facts, etc. [last quot.] (b) impossible or very difficult to pay, financially ruinous; (c) too…

19. unlọ̄sed ppl.

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Of a knot: not loosened, tied fast;—used in fig. context; of boots or leggings: not opening (in the back).

20. ūnī̆en v.

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(a) To combine (things); form (sth.) by combining its constituents; also, join (sb. or sth. to sth.), attach; also fig.; also, unite (people), unify; unien togeder (b) to annex (land, a title, etc.),…