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INAUSPICIOUS
PREFIX--"IN-" = NOT
+ auspicious



Not favorable
UNFAZED
PREFIX: "UN" = "NOT"
+ "FAZED"

["un",("not") + Middle English "fesen", "to drive away, frighten", from Old English]


CALM; NOT DISTURBED


UNFOUNDED
PREFIX: "UN-" = "NOT"
+ "FOUNDED"

["un-", "not", + Middle English "founden", from Old French "fonder", from Latin "fundre", from "fundus", "bottom".]

GROUNDLESS; WITHOUT SUBSTANCE; FALSE

INTREPID
PREFIX = "IN" = "NOT"
+ "TREPID"

[from Latin "intrepidus", "calm," from "in"-, "not" + "trepidus", "anxious, disturbed."

Fearless; bold; brave; undaunted; courageous

UNPARALLELED
PREFIX: "UN-" = "NOT"
+ "PARALLELED"

["un-", "not" + Latin "paralllus", from Greek "paralllos" : "para"-, "beside"; + "allln", "of one another"]

UNEQUALED; HAVING NO PARALLEL
UNFLAPPABLE
PREFIX: "UN-" = "NOT"
+ "FLAPPABLE"


Not easily excited or upset
IMPIOUS
PREFIX: "IM"=NOT +"PIOUS"

[From Latin "impius" : "in"-= not;
+ "pius"="dutiful"]

lacking in reverence or proper respect (as for God or one's parents)

UNORTHODOX
PREFIX: "UN-" = "NOT"
+ "ORTHODOX"

["un", "not", + Middle English "orthodoxe", from Old French, from Late Latin "orthodoxus", from Late Greek "orthodoxos" : Greek "ortho-", "ortho-" + Greek "doxa", "opinion" (from "dokein", "to think".]

not following established ways of thinking

INVIOLABLE
PREFIX: "IN" = "NOT"
+ "VIOLABLE"

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin "inviol bilis" : "in"-, "not"+ "viol re", "to violate"]

secure, as not able to be violated

INDEFATIGABLE
PREFIX: "IN" = "NOT"
+ "DEFATIBABLE"

[Obsolete French "indéfatigable", from Latin "indfatgbilis" : "in"-, "not" + "dfatgre", "to tire out"]

Incapable or seemingly incapable of being fatigued; tireless

INCORRIGIBLE
PREFIX: "IN" = "NOT"
+ "CORRIGIBLE"

[Middle English, from Latin "incorrigibilis" : "in"-, "not" + "corrigere", "to correct"]

Incapable of being corrected or reformed
UNFETTERED
PREFIX: "UN-" = "NOT"
+ "FETTERED"

[Middle English "feter", from Old English. See "ped-" in Indo-European Roots.]

free from restraints; liberated



INSATIABLE
PREFIX: "IN" = "NOT"
+ "SATIABLE"

[Middle English "insaciable", from Old French, from Latin "nsatibilis" : "in"-, "not"+"satire", to fill]


Impossible to satisfy

INCORPOREAL
PREFIX: "IN" = NOT
+ COPOREAL

[Middle English "incorporealle", from Latin "incorporeus" : in-, "not"+ "corporeus", "consisting of a body"]

Lacking material form or substance