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Definition of the verb unman
What does unman mean as a doing word?
verb - inflections: unmanned, unmanning
- cause to lose one's nerve
Alternative definition of the verb unman
- [archaic] To castrate; to remove one's manhood.
- synonym: emasculate
- To sap the strength, whether physical or emotional, required to deal with a situation.
"Unman" is a musical album of Pinkie Maclure.
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New Theories of the Political by Saul Newman
The unman is a force that cannotbe contained, both acreation of man and a threat to it.
Philological Essays (1868)
by Thomas Hewitt Key
Thus our own to unman is a pretty correct translation of avavSpo-eiv, and yet this Greek verb is derived from the adjective av-avSp-o- ' unmanly.' So much for the distinction of sense. The difference of form is best seen in a table : Eng. un before ...
Thus our own to unman is a pretty correct translation of avavôpo- elv, and yet this Greek verb is derived from the adj. av-avöp-o- “unmanly.' So much for ...
The Living Age (1918)
and wild, unman is the undisTaps of the Drum!
For " the unman is that city," Rev. xvii., London, Westminster, Southwark, ...
London Magazine (1758)
Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer...
The gloom that lungs to the virgins of Great Brinin, that1 rWr> syvrr an Errglila eompany, while the la- •unman is a forttuu-hwtltr. Tim icha- eKesremam; and the reciprocal restraint racter is deservedly infamous ih fife male that-each sex seems ' ...
by Christopher H. Sterling
Thisis reflected inthedisquieting and pessimistic themes of horror expressed throughhilarity inplayssuchas Unman, Wittering,and Zigo;PigIn TheMiddle; and WithouttheGrail. Unman, Wittering,and Zigo was later made intoa film with David ...
London Encyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art, Literature and Practical Mechanics (1829)
Comprising a Popular View of the Present State of Knowledge
UNMAN", v. a. To ...
by [John] Entick
unmade, part, to deprive of form or quality, to destroy Unman', r. a. to deprive of the constituent qualities of a man ; to emasculate ; to deject | Unmanageable, a not mana emble, stubborn | Unmanaged, ...
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Scrabble value of U1N1M3A1N1
The value of this 5-letter word is 7 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.Couldn't select: Got error 28 from storage engine