unaccommodating love



from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • Those which have acquired an opposed or contrary, instead of a merely negative, meaning; ; or else an intensive sense more than a prefixed not would express.
  • Those which have the value of independent words, inasmuch as the simple words are either not used at all, or are rarely, or at least much less frequently, used; as, unavoidable, unconscionable, undeniable, unspeakable, unprecedented, unruly, and the like; or inasmuch as they are used in a different sense from the usual meaning of the primitive, or especially in one of the significations of the latter; as, unaccountable, unalloyed, unbelieving, unpretending, unreserved, and the like; or inasmuch as they are so frequently and familiarly used that they are hardly felt to be of negative origin; as, uncertain, uneven, and the like.
  • Those which are anomalous, provincial, or, for some other reason, not desirable to be used, and are so indicated.
  • Un- is prefixed to nouns to express the absence of, or the contrary of, that which the noun signifies; as, unbelief, unfaith, unhealth, unrest, untruth, and the like.

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  • adjective Not accomodating

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective offering no assistance
  • adjective not accommodating


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un- +‎ accommodating


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