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unwitting, adj. 1. unaware, unknowing, ignorant, unenlightened, incognizant, unacquainted, uninitiated; oblivious, blinded, Inf. out of it, SI. out to lunch, Inf. unhip; uninformed, in the dark, unapprised, unadvised, unwarned; unconscious, insensible; unwary, unprepared, unsuspecting; stupid, dull, dull-witted, witless.
2. unintentional, accidental, unintended, inadvertent, unpremeditated, unplanned, undesigned, uncalculated, indeliberate; spontaneous, automatic, involuntary, reflex; thoughtless, unthinking, unconscious, unmeant; chance, adventitious,
Inf. fluky.

unwonted, adj. uncommon, unusual, uncustomary, unfamiliar, unique, rare, novel; singular, exceptional, out of the ordinary, atypical, individual; unheard-of, unexampled, unprecedented; infrequent, few and far between, seldom seen, seldom met with; extraordinary, noteworthy, remarkable; unconventional, irregular, unorthodox, anomalous; odd, strange, queer, eccentric, abnormal, peculiar, curious, freakish, bizarre, offbeat.

unwordly, adj. 1. spiritual-minded, spiritual, spiritualistic, spiritistic, religious, Theosophy, astral; metaphysical, transcendental, philosophical, abstract, unconcrete, notional, conceptual, ideational, ideaistic; unmaterial, nonmaterial, immaterial, nonphysical, nonbodily; unmaterialistic, nonmaterialistic.
2. naive, inexperienced, raw, green, wet behind the ears, uninitiated, uninitiate; natural, untouched, unaffected, unspoiled, unjaded; unsophisticated, unwise,
Inf. unhip, Inf. out of it; unenlightened, uninformed, uneducated, untaught, unstudied, unversed, unconver-sant, ignorant; parochial, provincial, small town, country, Inf. hick, Inf from the sticks.
3 unearthly, otherworldly, extraterrestrial, extra-mundane, transmundane; ethereal, spectral, ghostly, wraithlike, eerie, weird, uncanny; supernatural, supra-mundane, preternatural, preterhuman, pretersensual; supersensory, occult, psychic, psychical.

unworthy, adj. 1. inferior, worthless, small-time, bush-league, SI. bush, SI. two-bit; insignificant, unimportant, petty, puny, small, paltry, lowly, menial, U.S. SI. cotton-pickin'; bad, awful, Inf. lousy, SI. crappy, low grade, cheap, Inf. junky, U.S. SI. cheesy; lightweight, amateurish, unprofessional, incompetent, not up to par or snuff, mediocre.
2. uncommendable, unpraiseworthy, illaudable, reprehensible, blameworthy, objectionable; dishonorable, ignoble, discreditable, disgraceful, shameful.
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unworthy of unsuitable, inappropriate, unmeet, unfitting, unbefitting, inapposite, inapt; beneath the dignity of, unsuited for, unfit for, ill-adapted, incompatible; out of character, out of place, out of keeping, inconsistent, incongruous.
4. undeserving, unmeriting, unearned; inadequate, unqualified; ineligible, disqualified.

unyielding, adj. 1. unbending, inflexible, inductile, stiff; rigid, firm, hard, adamantine; implastic, inelastic, wooden, petrified, ossified; set, fixed, immobile, immovable, unchangeable.
2. unrelieved, relentless, implacable; stark, hardcore; uncompromising, hard-line, get-tough.
3. steadfast, resolute, staunch, constant, unwavering, unfaltering, steady; undaunted, indomitable; determined, persistent, tenacious, persevering, sedulous, untiring, unflagging; loyal, faithful, zealous, true; strong-willed, decisive, strong, stern; firm, unshaken, undeviating, unswerving, unchanging, enduring; set, fixed, settled, stable, immovable.

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