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unabout

not relating to. apparent meaning: not relating to stories about college. On the graph, the writer was showing the number of stories on his webpage that aren't about college. Using the More…

unAustralian

Not following the usual Australian norms, especially relating to the indigenous languages of the continent. apparent meaning: erring from the majority of Australia's aboriginal tongues. More…

unbirthday

(affixation) Any day that is not one’s day of birth. =Term originated in Lewis Carrol’s “Alice in Wonderland.” Often used in the phrase “happy unbirthday” to wish someone well on a day More…

unbro

any instance when hanging out with your bros and then one of them leaves to do another activity with another group of friends elsewhere =It's unbro to leave your bestfriends to go see More…

uncelebratory

something that cannot or is not celebrated apparent meaning: something that is not, cannot, or should not be celebrated. The writer was talking about how 100 stories about college isn't More…

Uncomfortability

(Blend) The act of making another extremely anxious or upset. The word 'uncomfortability' was formed by blending the adjective 'uncomfortable' and the noun More…

unconfetti

confetti thrown at divorce parties. =The term was most likely coined as a jibe on divorce parties, which occur right after a divorce. Since people throw confetti at wedding parties, the More…

unconform

To not act in the usual or expected way. The phrase “un-conform now” was in an ad in ESPN Magazine. The word “unconform” means to not conform, or rather to actively More…

Unconscionable

Not restrained or guided by one's conscience =Just last night I woke from some unconscionable dream. =Fighting in the Sack, a song sung by The Shins

unconvolve

To break down into simpler, uncomplicated pieces. Intended Meaning: to break down into simpler, uncomplicated pieces Analysis: convoluted -> convolve -> un- convolve not to More…

uncouple

to physically separate oneself from his/her significant other, to cease the habits of a typical couple. apparent meaning: to move apart from your loved one. The two couples were caught by More…

undecided

the people whose votes could swing the election because they had not decided who to vote for beforehand single term for a group of people; used discussion of 2004 presidential election on More…

Undecorate

To redecorate in a simpler style. Type of word formation: Analogy of ‘undo’ with decorate. Possible reason used: Used to express almost the undoing of the previous More…

under

A term referring to underground hip-hop musician or their environment which is not commercialized. Underground hip-hop rappers seek to explore alternative forms of lifestyle or artistic More…

Underporch

This term is used to describe the region of a building that is under the porch of that building. =Specifically the underporch describes the semi-basement hallway beneath and between the More…

underverse

A place gone after death; hell. In the context of this movie this term seems to be synonymous with hell. These people came to convert all established religions and replace with a common More…

undruggable

Pertaining to proteins or molecules for which it is impossible to devlop drugs to fight against them. =Professor David Tuveson, lead author of the study, said: "The K-Ras gene has More…

unexodus

A mass movement of people returning to a place previously evacuated from. The prefix “un” is generally applied to adjectives, but it is here added to the noun More…

Unforeseenery

any happening that could unexpectedly occur, possibly spoiling plans. combination of the root ‘unforeseen’ and the suffix ‘ery’ =The first time we will use the room More…

unfortunatism

An unlucky or ill-omened occurrence. Coined as noun equivalent for "unfortunate." It has been suggested that the word should more properly refer to an unfortunate utterance, by analogy to More…


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