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unhysterically combined form of hysterically.
uni- single; one.
Uniate a member of any Eastern Christian Church that is in union with the Roman Catholic Church, but has its own rites, customs, and the like.
uniaxial having only one axis, as some crystals.
unicameral consisting of one legislative body.
UNICEF abbreviation of "United Nations Children's Fund" (formerly, "United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund").
unicellular consisting of a single cell.
unicorn a mythical animal having the body of a horse and a single horn projecting from its forehead.
unicycle a one-wheeled vehicle usu. propelled by means of pedals.
unidealistic combined form of idealistic.
unidentifiable combined form of identifiable.
unidentified having an unknown or as yet undetermined name or nature; not identified.
unideological combined form of ideological.
unidiomatic combined form of idiomatic.
unification the process of making into a single unit or entity. [2 definitions]
uniform unvarying; consistent. [5 definitions]
uniformity the state or quality of being uniform; overall sameness.
uniform resource locator an address identifying the location of a file on the Internet, commonly called a "URL." A uniform resource locator, or URL, consists of the computer on which the file is located and the file's location on that computer.
unify to bring together into a single unit or entity; unite. [2 definitions]
unignorable combined form of ignorable.
unilateral on, concerning, done by, or affecting only one of two or more sides. [2 definitions]