Word List / U :.
1. UBD (yü-bē-dē)
- a. (acro.) User Brain Damage; an abbreviation used to close out trouble reports originally created because of a clueless user's misunderstanding.
2. überize (ü-bûr-īz')
- a. (v.) To tack the German Prefix "über" (meaning really, very, or super) to any English word to make it sound cool.
Example: I've überized cool, freaky and wild. They are now über-cool, über-freaky, and über-wild.
3. uge (yüj)
- a. (adj.) Extremely large.
Example: Sally has a uge head.
4. uhfage (ŭf'ĭj)
- a. (n.) The unit for determining a television's age, that is, the amount of time it takes for the picture to appear once the set has been turned on.
5. umbilinkus (ŭm-bĭl'ĭng'kŭs)
- a. (n.) The tiny appendage at the end of a link sausage.
6. umbrace (ŭm-brās')
- a. (n.) The small strap that holds an umbrella in place.
7. umfriend (ŭm-frĕnd)
- a. (n.) An intimate relation of dubious standing or a concealed voluptuous relationship.
Example: This is Pat, my... umfriend.
8. unanimosity (yü-năn'ə-mŏs'ĭ-tē)
- a. (n.) The result when everyone is in agreement, but nobody likes what they agreed upon.
9. unavailabile (ŭn'ə-vā'lə-bīl)
- a. (adj.) Describing one who has had enough and cannot stomach being available any longer.
Example: Charles said, "I am unavailabile," and left the room in a hurry.
10. unbelievabubble (ŭn'bĭ-lē-və-bŭb'əl)
- a. (adj.) Excellently good; excellently fantabulous.
11. underballed (ŭn'dər-bôld)
- a. (v.) The act of undercutting a competitor's price with the intention of blackballing them from an industry.
12. undex (ŭn'dĕks')
- a. (n.) A concise, alphabetical listing of all the topics that should have been covered, or indexed, in a book or article, but instead were not.
13. undocumentioned (ŭn-dŏk'yə-mĕn'shən'ĕd)
- a. (adj.) Describing something that is both undocumented and unmentionable.
Example: Don't tell me about the offshore accounts, they're undocumentioned!
14. undysfunctionalize (ŭn'dĭs-fŭngk'shən-ə'lĭz')
- a. (v.) To get family counseling.
15. Uneasytarian (ŭn-ē'zē-târ'ē-ən)
- a. (n.) Usually middle-class suburban parents who come from different religious backgrounds, Uneasytarians participate in no specific religion but have a fuzzy belief in God. Uneasytarians are distinguished by their constant guilt and waffling over whether or not to send their children to church or provide them with some sort of spiritual background.
Example: I was raised by a pair of Uneasytarians (a lapsed Catholic and a Methodist with little conviction) and they expressed constant regret that their daughter had grown up to be an atheist. "We could have taken you to church if you'd only asked!" they cried, wringing their hands.
16. unfare (ŭn-fâr)
- a. (n.) The dollar one owes the cab driver before they've even moved a foot.
17. unfhair (ŭn'fâr')
- a. (adj.) Marked by the ability to grow hair on one's ears, nose, the back of one's neck, on one's back or on one's rear, but not on the top of one's own head.
18. unipea (yü'nə-pē)
- a. (n.) A peanut with only one compartment.
- b. (n.) A pea with only one compartment.
19. unisexual (yü'nĭ-sĕk'shü-əl)
- a. (adj.) Relating to anyone who considers themselves neither male nor female; describing anyone who considers oneself to be both male and female, despite anatomical and hormonal evidence.
20. unmakable (ŭn-mā'kə'bəl)
- a. (adj.) Incapable of being made; unable to be accomplished.
21. unobtanium (ŭn'əb-tā'nē-əm)
- a. (n.) An alloy found in exotic engine performance parts or materials that is nearly impossible to get.
22. unrivable (ŭn-rī'və-bəl)
- a. (v.) To be unrivaled; unable to be rivaled with.
23. unsermonizable (ŭn-sûr'mə-nīz'ə-bəl)
- a. (adj.) Possessing a resistance to religious instruction. Describing anything that can't be fit into a sermon.
24. unsmile (ŭn-smīl)
- a. (v.in.) The transition from a smile to a more neutral expression.
Example: John smiles through the day, but whenever he passes a policeman he unsmiles.
25. unstaple (ŭn-stā'pəl)
- a. (n.) The staple that never goes all the way through the pages.