Ubiquitary to Uncanny


Ubiquitary, a. See Ubiquitous.

Ubiquitous, a. Omnipresent, ubiquitary, universally present.

Ubiquity, n. Omnipresence, universal presence.

Udder, n.

    1. Bag (of a cow, etc.).
    2. Teat, dug, nipple, pap.

Udometer, n. Rain-gauge, pluviameter, ombrometer.

Ugh, interj. Faugh, foh.

Ugliness, n.

    1. Want of beauty, homeliness, uncomeliness, plainness, unsightliness, deformity.
    2. Turpitude, depravity, loathsomeness, wickedness, enormity.
    3. Ill-nature, crossness, ill-temper, viciousness, bad temper, spitefulness.

Ugly, a.

    1. Unsightly, plain, homely, ordinary, ill-looking, ill-favored, unprepossessing, uncomely, unlovely.
    2. Frightful, horrible, hideous, horrid, shocking, terrible, grewsome, loathsome, monstrous.
    3. Cross, ill-tempered, cross-grained, spiteful, vicious, bad-tempered.

Ulcer, n. Sore (discharging pus), fester, imposthume, gathering, boil, pustule.

Ulcerate, v. n. Fester, suppurate, turn to an ulcer.

Ulceration, n.

    1. Formation of an ulcer.
    2. Ulcer.

Ulex, n. (Bot.) Furze, gorse, whin.

Ulmus, n. (Bot.) Elm.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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