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UMBER, sub. red ochre
UMBER'D, adj. darkened
UMBRAGE, sub. shadow [Hamlet's Euphuism]
UNANEL'D, pt. p. without extreme unction
UNBARBED, pt.adj. bare, without armour
UNBATED, pt. p. unblunted, without the button at
the point
UNBOLT, v. to reveal
UNBOLTED, pt. adj. coarse, or unrefined
UNBONNETED, pt. p. without saluting, on equal
terms
UNBOOKISH, adj. skill-less, foolish
UNBRACED, pt. p. unbuttoned
UNCAPE, v. t. to uncouple, throw off the hounds
UNCASE, v. t. to undress
UNCOLTED, pt. p. deprived of one's horse
UNCROSSED, pt. p. not struck out, not cancelled
(The tradesman's book was crossed when the
account was paid)
UNDEAF, sub. cure of deafness
UNDERBEAR, v. t. to face, trim
UNDERCREST, v. t. to wear on the crest
UNDERSKINKER, sub. an underdrawer, tapster
UNDERTAKER, sub. a surety, or agent for others
UNEARED, part. adj. unploughed
UNEXPRESSIVE, adj. inexpressible
UNFAIR, v. t. to deprive of beauty
UNFOLDING STAR, sub. the star that bids the shep-
herd unfold
UNHAIRED, pt. adj. beardless, foolish,
UNHATCHED, pt. p. which has not yet taken effect;
unfledged; unbacked, unhurt
UNHOUSELED, pt. p. without receiving the sacra-
ment
UNION, sub. a fine pearl
UNJOINTED, part. adj. Incoherent
UNKENNEL, v. t. to drive a fox from his earth; to reveal
UNMANNED, adj. untamed
UNMITIGABLE, adj. implacable
UNNECESSARY, adj. useless, needless
UNPINKED, pt. p. not pierced with eyelet-holes
UNPREGNANT, adj. dull, without sense
UNPRIZEABLE, adj. invaluable
UNPRIZED, unvalued, or perhaps priceless
UNPROPER, adj. not one's own, common
UNPROVIDE, v. i. to unfuruish, to deprive of what
is necessary
UNRAKED. pt. p, not made up for the night
UNRECURING, adj. incurable
UNRESPECTIVE, adj. unthinking, devoid of re-
spect
UNRESPECTIVE SINK, the sewer, where worthless
things are thrown
UNROLLED, pt. p. struck off the roll
UNROOSTED, driven from the roost, henpecked
UNSCANNED, adj. inconsidered
UNSEAM, v. t. to rip
UNSISTDTO, adj. unresting
UNSTANCHED, adj. incontinent
UNSTATE, v. t. to divest of state
UNTENT, v. t. to remove out of a tent
UNTENTED, adj. incurable (1) that which has not
been or (2) cannot be tented
UNTHRIFT, adj. good for nothing,; sub. a prodigal
UNTRUSSING, pr. p. unloosing the points of the
hose
UNVALUED, adj. mean; invaluable
UNWEIGHED, adj. reckless
UNWEicmiNCr, adj. thoughtless
UNYOKE, v. t. to ease one's labour, or burden
UP-CAST, sub. a throw, or cast, at bowls; perhaps
the final throw
UPSHOOT, sub. the deciding shot
UP-SPRING, sub. a boisterous dance, translation
of the German hupfauf
URCHIN, sub. a hedgehog; a goblin
USANCE, sub. interest of money
USE, sub. usage
UTIS, sub. boisterous merriment
UTTER, v. t. to pass from one to another
UTTERANCE, TO THE, to the last extremity [Fr. á
I'outrance]
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