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unwritten not set down in writing; unrecorded. [2 definitions]
unwritten law a law originating from other sources than the action of legislative bodies, such as custom or usage. [2 definitions]
unyielding combined form of yielding.
unyoke to release or free from or as if from a yoke. [2 definitions]
unyoung combined form of young.
unzip to open the zipper of (a garment, suitcase, or the like). [2 definitions]
up to, toward, at, or in a higher place or position. [34 definitions]
up- upward; up.
up-and-coming showing promise of success.
up-and-down moving alternately upward and downward. [3 definitions]
Upanishads a group of Hindu writings of the sixth to eighth centuries dealing with philosophical and theological questions of mankind and the universe.
upas a Javanese tree of the mulberry family, with whitish bark. [2 definitions]
upbeat (informal) optimistic and cheery. [2 definitions]
upbraid to criticize or reproach severely; reprimand.
upbringing the training and rearing of a child or children.
UPC abbreviation of "Universal Product Code," a series of vertical bars printed on packages of consumer goods that indicates price, type of product, and the like, and that can be read by a computerized scanner. (Cf. bar code.)
upchuck (informal) to vomit.
upcoming expected to appear or take place in the near future.
upcountry of, relating to, or located in the inland part of a country or region. [3 definitions]
update to provide (someone) with new or current information; bring up to date. [4 definitions]
updraft an upward current of air.