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uncial (sometimes cap.) of, pertaining to, designating, or in a style of writing in large, rounded capital letters, used esp. in Greek and Latin manuscripts of the fourth to eighth century A.D. [2 definitions]
uncinematic combined form of cinematic.
uncircumcised not circumcised.
uncivil lacking good manners or courtesy; impolite. [2 definitions]
uncivilized not civilized; barbarous or wild.
unclad not dressed or covered; naked.
unclaimed combined form of claimed.
unclarified combined form of clarified.
unclasp to release from a grasp or embrace. [4 definitions]
unclassifiable combined form of classifiable.
uncle the brother or brother-in-law of one's father or mother. [2 definitions]
unclean dirty, soiled, or foul. [3 definitions]
uncleaned combined form of cleaned.
uncleanly1 not clean or cleanly.
uncleanly2 in an unclean manner.
unclear combined form of clear.
unclench to open from a clenched position; relax.
Uncle Sam a personification of the government or people of the United States as a tall thin man with a beard, wearing a top hat and red-and-white-striped trousers. [2 definitions]
Uncle Tom the title character in Uncle Tom's Cabin, a mid-nineteenth century novel by Harriet Beecher Stowe. Uncle Tom is a black slave whose religious beliefs move him to forgive his oppressors. [2 definitions]
uncliched combined form of cliched.
uncloak to take a cloak or covering from. [2 definitions]