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ultimatum:
 
n.
last offer; final statement of terms made by one party to another
ultrasonic:
 
a. Syn. supersonic
supersonic; higher in frequency than the range of sound perceptible to the human ear
ultraviolet:
 
a.
wave lengths shorter than light but longer than X rays
unadorned:
 
a. Syn. plain; unembellished
without adornment; simple or plain; not admirable
unanimous:
 
a. Syn. uniform; agreed
uniform; in complete agreement
unbearable:
 
a. Syn. unendurable; intolerable
unendurable; so unpleasant, distasteful, or painful as to be intolerable
unbridled:
 
a. Syn. violent
violent; not restrained or controlled
unbroken:
 
a. Syn. uninterrupted; intact
continuous, without interruption; intact
uncharted:
 
a.
not surveyed or investigated; not charted or recorded on a map or plan
unconditional:
 
a.
made without condition; absolute; unreserved
unconventional:
 
a. Syn. uncommon; unorthodox
not conforming to accepted rules or standards
unconvincing:
 
a.
not such as to convince or to impress seriously
uncover:
 
v. Syn. reveal; expose; disclose
remove the cover from; expose; disclose
underestimate:
 
v. Syn. undervalue
make too low an estimate of the quantity; undervalue
undergraduate:
 
n.
university student who has not yet received a first degree
underground:
 
a. Syn. subterranean; buried
under the level of the ground; buried
underlying:
 
a. Syn. fundamental; implicit
lying under or beneath something; basic; implicit; taking precedence; prior
undermine:
 
v. Syn. weaken
weaken by wearing away base or foundation; injure or impair; dig a mine or tunnel beneath
underneath:
 
ad.
under or below an object or a surface; lower down on the page
undertake:
 
v. Syn. embark; assume
take on; embark on; assume