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Unequivocal
adj: plain; very clear in meaning
Unethical
adj: not conforming to approved standards of behavior, a socially accepted code, or professionally endorsed principles and practices
Ungainly
adj: clumsy; awkward; hard to handle
Unimpeachable
adj: beyond doubt or reproach; unquestionable
Unobstrusive
adj: not really noticeable; inconspicuous
Unscathed
adj: undamaged; unharmed
Untenable
adj: that which cannot be maintained or occupied; incapable of being defended or held
Urbane
adj: courteous; suave; polished
Utopian
adj: excellent, but existing only in fancy or theory; given to dreams or schemes of perfection
Vacillate
verb: to sway unsteadily; to totter; to waver; to flucuate
Unconscionable
adj: unscrupulous; not directed by conscience; outrageously immoral
Uncouth
adj: lacking in polish or grace; uncultivated in appearance or behavior
Unctuous
adj: oily; greasy; false and ingratiating
Unremitting
adj: incessant; relentless; constant
Unwarranted
adj: not justifiable; inexcusable
Unwitting
adj: inadvertent; unintentional
Upshot
noun: outcome; summary, end result
Usurp
verb: to seize power by force or without right
Usury
noun: exorbitant, in excess of legal rate, interest charged to a borrower for the use of money