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unequal not equal, as two or more persons, things, or numbers. [4 definitions]
unequaled having no equal; peerless; matchless.
unequivocal allowing no doubt or uncertainty; clear and definite.
unerotic combined form of erotic.
unerring making no mistakes; always accurate, correct, or appropriate.
unescapable combined form of escapable.
UNESCO abbreviation of "United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization."
unessential not necessary; trivial. [2 definitions]
unestablished combined form of established.
unethical not following or in accordance with the standards of right and wrong that are held by an individual or group.
unevaluated combined form of evaluated.
uneven not smooth, regular, or flat; rough or jagged. [5 definitions]
uneventful not marked by interesting or unusual events; routine.
unexacting combined form of exacting.
unexaggerated combined form of exaggerated.
unexamined combined form of examined.
unexampled having no previous example or equal; unprecedented.
unexcelled combined form of excelled.
unexceptionable without flaw or fault; beyond objection or criticism.
unexceptional not exceptional; ordinary; usual. [2 definitions]
unexcitable combined form of excitable.