unready

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adjective un·ready \ˌən-ˈre-dē\

Definition of unready

unreadier

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unreadiest

  1. :  not prepared or ready <unready to go to college> <My catcher … seemed unready; through the openings in his mask I could just discern a look that mingled confusion and distress. — Ejner Jensen> <I'm like a jailbird after a long stretch: unready for life, resentful of the separation, nostalgic for the chums I'd been locked up with … — John le Carré>

unreadiness

noun

14th Century

First Known Use of unready

14th century


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