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English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO & Other exams

Unobtrusive: not blatant inconspicuous
Example: [unobtrusive and natural-looking]

Unpolished: lacking sophistication

Unprecedented:
without previous occurrence
Example: [environmental destruction on an unprecedented scale]

Unruffled:
not anxious calm
Example: [For a man in imminent danger of losing his job, he appeared quite unruffled]

Unruly:
with no discipline, wild, indomitable defiant
Example: [an unruly crowd]

Unsavory (Unsavoury):
offensive distasteful
Example: [an unsavory reputation]

Unscathed:
unhurt
Example: [she, amazingly, escaped unscathed]

Unscrupulous:
dishonest
Example: [an unscrupulous financial adviser]

Unseemly:
improper unbecoming
Example: [unseemly attire]

Unsettle:
To put into confusion.

Unsightly:
unpleasant, ugly, unappealing
Example: [He takes an unsightly piece of clay and moulds it into a thing divine]

Unsoiled:
pure clean

Unsolicited:
not requested
Example: [unsolicited advice]

Unsophisticated:
Showing inexperience.

Unspeakable:
Abominable.

Unsullied:
spotless
Example: [I am happy that my reputation is unsullied]

Unswayable:
unable to change
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Untenable: cannot be achieved
Example: [an untenable situation]

Untimely:
early, premature, inconvenient
Example: [So the experiment of consulting the police came to an untimely end]

Untoward:
perverse
Example: [untoward happening]

Untrammeled (Untrammelled):
unhampered
Example: [Self-governing schools are untrammeled by education authority rules]

Unutterable:
unspeakable, unthinkable, awful, indescribable, detestable
Example: [unutterable shame/misery/suffering]

Unwarranted:
unjustified
Example: [unwarranted intrusions]

Unwieldy:
heavy, clumsy, awkward, unmanageable
Example: [the unwieldy crowd]

Unwise:
Foolish.

Unwitting:
unintentional
Example: [unwitting victims of]

Unwonted:
unaccustomed

Unyielding:
resolute firm
Example: [unyielding in its demands]

Unyoke:
separate, release, free, untie, liberate
Example: [Then he proceeded to unyoke the four beasts from the other man’s wagon and yoked them to his own]

Upbraid:
to scold sharply
Example: [she consistently upbraided those in authority]

Upcast:
A throwing upward.

Upheaval:
disruption, confusion, change, violent disturbance, disorder
Example: [the upheaval of the First World War]

Upheave:
To raise or lift with effort.

Up-Keep:
Maintenance.
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Uppermost: topmost, at or nearest to the top, highest in position or order
Example: [The large pieced portion was uppermost, and beneath it was the lining, with layers of cotton in between]

Uproarious:
Noisy
Example: [an uproarious debate]

Uproot:
To eradicate.

Upshot:
result
Example: [The upshot of the discussions is that]

Upsurge:
rise an increase
Example: [An upsurge in violence]

Upturn:
growth, improvement, increase, expansion, rise
Example: [an economic upturn]

Urban:
Of or pertaining to or like a city.

Urbane:
worldly refined
Example: [an urbane, kindly and generous woman]

Urbanity:
refinement, sophistication, politeness, courtesy, elegance
Example: [His tone had lost a little of its urbanity when he answered]

Urchin:
untidily dressed child A roguish
Example: [a street urchin]

Urgency:
The pressure of necessity.

Ursine:
bear-like

Usage:
Treatment.

Usurious:
immoderate, exorbitant, related to lending money at exorbitant interest rates, outrageous
Example: [Every debt he owed in the world, including the pawnshop, with its usurious interest, amounted to less than a hundred dollars]

Usurp:
to appropriate seize
Example: [The powers of local councils were usurped by central government]

Usurpation:
takeover of government, seizure, encroachment, gaining control, trespass
Example: [Were he to subdue a part, that which would still remain free might oppose him with forces independent of those which he had usurped and overpower him before he could be settled in his usurpation. It happened that the reigning king, the usurper – you are quite of my opinion, I believe, that it is an act of usurpation quietly to enjoy, and selfishly to assume the right over, an inheritance to which a man has only half a right?]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


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