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ulterior
adj. unstated; hidden; more remote
ultimate
adj. final; not susceptible to further analysis
unaccountable
adj. inexplicable; unreasonable or mysterious
unanimity
n. complete agreement
unassailable
adj. not subject to question; not open to attack
unassuming
adj. modest
unbridled
adj. violent
uncanny
adj. strange; mysterious
unconscionable
adj. unscrupulous; excessive
uncouth
adj. outlandish; clumsy; boorish
unctuous
adj. oily; bland; insincerely suave
underlying
adj. fundamental; lying below
undermine
v. weaken; sap
underscore
v. emphasize
undulating
adj. moving with a wavelike motion
unearth
v. dig up
unequivocal
adj. plain; obvious; unmistakable
unerringly
adj. infallibly
unfathomable
adj. incomprehensible; impenetrable
unfetter
v. liberate; free from chains
unfrock
v. strip a priest or minister of a church authority
ungainly
adj. awkward; clumsy; unwieldy
uniformity
n. sameness; monotony
unimpeachable
adj. blameless and exemplary
uninhibited
adj. unrepressed
unintimidating
adj. unfrightening
unique
adj. without an equal; single in kind
universal
adj. characterizing or affecting all; present everywhere
unkempt
adj. disheveled; uncared for appearance
unmitigated
adj. unrelieved or immoderate; absolute
unobtrusive
adj. inconspicuous; not blatant
unpalatable
adj. distasteful; disagreeable
unprecedented
adj. novel; unparalleled
unprepossessing
adj. unattractive
unravel
v. disentangle; solve
unrequited
adj. not returned by the person you love; not reciprocated
unruly
adj. disobedient; lawless
unscathed
adj. unharmed
unseemly
adj. unbecoming; indecent; in poor state
unsightly
adj. ugly
unstinting
adj. giving generously; not holding back
untenable
adj. indefensible; not able to be maintained
unwarranted
adj. unjustified; groundless; undeserved
unwieldy
adj. awkward; cumbersome; unmanageable
unwitting
adj. unintentional; not knowing
upbraid
v. severely scold; reprimand
uproarious
adj. marked by commotion; extremely funny; very noisy
upshot
n. outcome
urbane
adj. suave; refined; elegant
usurp
v. seize another's power or rank
utopia
n. ideal place, state, or society
vacillate
v. waver; fluctuate
vacuous
adj. empty; inane
vagabond
n. wanderer; tramp
vagrant
n. a homeless wanderer
valedictory
adj. pertaining to farewell
valid
adj. logically convincing; sound; legally acceptable
validate
v. confirm; ratify
valor
n. bravery
vanguard
n. advance guard of a military force; forefront of a movement
vantage
n. position giving an advantage
vapid
adj. dull and unimaginative; insipid and flavorless
vaporize
v. turn into vapor (steam, gas, fog, etc.)
variegated
adj. many-colored
veer
v. change in direction
vehement
adj. forceful; intensely emotional; with marked vigor