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Definition of the noun Unhope
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- Absence or lack of hope; hopelessness; despair.
- synonym: wanhope
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Unhope′ful. —adv.Unhope′fully. Unhorse,unhors′, v.t. to cause to come off or to throw from a horse. Unhospitable, unhos′pitabl, adj. inhospitable. Unhostile, unhos′til, adj.nothostile: not caused byan enemy. Unhouse,unhowz′,v.t. ...
A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...
UNHOPE'FUL, a leaving no room for hope. UNHoPE'FULLY, ad. UNHORSE., v. in-hors': to throw or drag from a horse; to cause to dismount. UNHoRSED', pp. thrown from a horse. UNHORS ING, imp. throwing from a horse; dismounting.
by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer
unlooked for; unhope'-ful, unhope'foMy. Old English unhopod, unhopafult, verb hop[ian], past hopods. horse', to throw from a horse, to cause to dismount • un. horsed' (2 syl.), unhora-ing, Rule xix. (Old Eng. hors.) house, un.home\ to drive from ...
A Dictionary of the old English language, compiled from writings of the 13. 14. and 15. centuries (1867)
by Franz Heinrich Stratmann
The New Universal English Dictionary ... To which is Added, a Dictionary of Cant Words ... The Fourth Edition, Carefully Corrected by Mr. Buchanan, Etc (1759)
by Nathan BAILEY
_ UNHOPE'FULNESS (of 'm hopeFull, and ney-ye, Sun) viciousness. To UNHOOD'WINK (os 'm hob, and pincian, Snx.) to remove any thing that ob-_ flructs ...
Peculiarly Calculated for the Use and Improvement of Such as are Unacquainted with the Learned Languages. ... Originally Begun by the Reverend Thomas Dyche, ... by Thomas Dyche, William Pardon
UNHOPE'FUL (A.) that leaves no room to hope, promising nothing pleasing. UNHößse (v.) to beat from a horse, to throw from the saddle. UNHO'STILE (A.) not belonging to an enemy. - - UNHou SE (V.) to drive from the habitation.
A Dictionary of the English Language ... Abstracted from the folio edition ... The tenth edition (1794)
by Samuel Johnson
UNHOPE' FUL. a.
by Nathan Bailey
UNHOPE'FULNESS (of un hopcpull, and nev*s*e, Sax.) viciousness. To UNHOOD'WINK (of un hos, and pincian, Sax.) to remove any thing that obstructs the sight.
by Nathan Bailey
UNHOPE'FULNESS (of In' hopeFull, and ne re. 841.) vieiousness. To ( JNHOODTWINK (of "r had, and pine'nn, Seas) to remove any thing that obstructs the fight.
A new universal etymological English dictionary ... Originally compiled by N. Bailey. Assisted in the mathematical part by G. Gordon; in the botanical by P. Miller; and in the etymological, &c. by T. Lediard ... And now re-published with many corrections ... by different hands. The etymology of all terms ... being revised and corrected by Joseph Nicol Scott ... A new edition (1775)
by Nathan BAILEY
UNHOPE'FULNESS (of un hopeFull, and ne yYe, Sena) viciousness. To UNHOOD'WINK (of un hOD, and pincian, Sax.) to remove any thing that obitructs the light.
Etymological and pronouncing dictionary of the English language, the pronunciation revised by P.H. Phelp (1874)
unhoped, a. ßn-Аб/н", not expected ; not so probable a* to excite hot« : unhopeful, a. leaving no room for hope: unhope fully, ad. unhorse, v. ñn-Логя', to throw from ahorse ; to ...
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Video shows what unhope means. Absence or lack of hope, hopelessness, despair.. unhope synonyms: wanhope. Unhope Meaning. How to pronounce ...
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