Definitions

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  • adjective Prov. Eng. See unked.

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  • adjective UK, dialect Alternative form of unked.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • He knew the - unkard had stolen the coat and they both could lose their heads tradg in such goods.

    the secret sense

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  • (adjective) - Strange, as an unkard place. A servant is unkard on his first going to a fresh servitude. --William Marshall's Provincialisms of East Yorkshire, 1788

    February 6, 2018