Synonyms ( U )

Ugly

( Adjective )

The news in todays newspaper is ugly
Synonyms: 
Homely; Distasteful; Frightful; Hideous; Repugnant; Terrible; Baleful; Menacing; Evil; Dark; Nasty; Spiteful; Sullen; Plain; Unattractive; Unsightly 


Unanimity

( Noun )

We are in unanimity to support the government policy. 
Synonyms: 
Harmony; Assent; Concert; Concurrence; Unity; Unison; Like-mindedness; Agreement; Accord; Concord


Uncertain

( Adjective )

I am uncertain whether he will come to this meeting. 
Synonyms: 
Fluctuating; Inconstant; Fitful; Irregular; Unreliable; Changeable; Precarious
Unconcerned


Unconcern

( Adjective )

The teachers remained unconcerned about the welfare of the students. 
Synonyms: 
Nonchalant; Easy; Apathetic; Cool; Disinterested; Indifferent 


Unconquerable

( Adjective )

No company is unconquerable in this century. 
Synonyms: 
Insuperable; Invincible; Indomitable; Insurmountable


Undertaking

( Noun )

Could you take undertaking of this loss-making company? 
Synonyms: 
Contract; Endeavor; Trade; Enterprise; Promise; Engagement; Venture


Unfair

( Adjective )

The unfair competition that prevails in India between The Multinational Corporations and the Indian Compnaies has to be changed. 
Synonyms: 
Unjust; Bigoted; Discriminatory; Unethical; Inequitable; Partial; Dishonest; Wrongful 


Unite

( Verb )
Unite the student community to fight poverty and disease. 
Synonyms: 
Combine; Amalgamate; Link; Meld; Ally; Associate; Collaborate; Pool; Coalesce; Blend; Join; Knit; Merge 


Universal

( Adjective )

War causes universal misery. 
Synonyms: 
All embracing; International; Complete; General; Whole; Comprehensive; Entire


Unusual

( Adjective )

He has a nose of unusual size. 
Synonyms: 
Extraordinary; Remarkable; Peculiar; Uncommon; Exceptional; Rare; Singular 


Uphold

( Verb )

I cannot uphold such a conduct. 
Synonyms: 
Champion; Back; Support; Maintain; Defend; Sustain 


Upset

( Verb )

The cat has upset its saucer of milk. 
Synonyms: 
Disturb; Disorder; Spoil; Agitate; Dismay; Grieve; Perturb; Trouble; Disconcert; Disrupt 


Urgent

( Adjective )

The earthquake victims are in urgent need of medical helps. 
Synonyms: 
Critical; Pressing; Important; Insistent; Imperative 


Usual

( Adjective )

Tea is considered the usual drink of England people. 
Synonyms: 
Common; Accustomed; Customary; Familiar; Regular; Ordinary; Regular 


Utility

( Noun )
The utility van has not yet arrived. 
Synonyms: 
Service; Use; Advantage; Profit; Policy; Benefit; Avail; Usefulness; Serviceableness


 

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