an unclosed door.
not brought to a conclusion or settlement; unfinished.
verb (used with or without object), unclosed, unclosing.
to bring or come out of a closed state; open.
to open or cause to open
to come or bring to light; reveal or be revealed
verb (used with object), unclothed or unclad [uhn-klad] /ʌnˈklæd/ (Show IPA), unclothing. 1. to strip of clothes. 2. to remove a covering from; lay bare; uncover. verb (transitive) -clothes, -clothing, -clothed, -clad 1. to take off garments from; strip 2. to uncover or lay bare
noun 1. a mass or lump. 2. a semisolid mass, as of coagulated blood. 3. a small compact group of individuals: a clot of sightseers massed at the entrance. 4. British Informal. blockhead, dolt, clod. verb (used without object), clotted, clotting. 5. to form into clots; coagulate. verb (used with object), clotted, clotting. 6. to […]
adjective 1. confused; muddled; disordered: a mind clouded by sorrow. 2. covered with or as if with clouds.
verb (used with object) 1. to fill or litter with things in a disorderly manner: All kinds of papers cluttered the top of his desk. verb (used without object) 2. British Dialect. to run in disorder; move with bustle and confusion. 3. British Dialect. to make a clatter. 4. to speak so rapidly and inexactly […]
adjective 1. remarkable; extraordinary. 2. unusual; strange. 3. uncanny. adverb 4. remarkably; extremely. noun, plural uncos. 5. something extraordinary or unusual; a novelty. 6. uncos, news. 7. Obsolete. a stranger. adjective uncoer, uncoest 1. unfamiliar, strange, or odd 2. remarkable or striking adverb 3. very; extremely 4. the unco guid, narrow-minded, excessively religious, or self-righteous […]