English Phrases words starting with U to W from page 521 to 530

unresentful disposition
unreserved assent
Unreservedly, unequivocally, and absolutely right
unresisted authority
unresolved exceptions
unresponsive gloom
unresting speed
unrestrained anger
unrestricted ease
Unrivaled beauty and excellence
unrivaled distinction
Unrivaled gift of succinct and trenchant speech (trenchant = forceful, effective, vigorous; incisive; distinct)
unrivaled, unequaled, incomparable, and matchless
unruffled concord
unsatisfied yearning
unscrupulous adventurer
unscrupulous, heartless, and hypocritical
Unseal our spiritual vision
Unsearchable riches.
unseasonable apology
unseemly and insufferable
Unseemly haste
unseemly mirth
unseen and unsuspected
unselfish fidelity
unsettled trait
unshakable foundation
Unshakable loyalty
Unshakable resolution in the face of adversity
unshrinking determination
unslackened volubility (volubility = ready flow of speech; fluent)
unsmiling and critical
unsophisticated youth
unsparing abuse
Unsparing industry and attention
unspeakable delight
Unspeakably alluring and satisfying
unspiritual tone
Unspoiled by praise or blame
unspoiled goodness
Unspoken messages from some vaster world
Unstable as water
Unstable moral equilibrium of boyhood
unstinted praise
Unsubdued in spirit and undepressed in mind
unsullied virtue
Unsurpassed in force and fitness
unsurpassed purity
unswerving and unfaltering
Unswerving and unselfish fidelity
unswerving integrity
Untameable as flies
untameable energy
unthinkable hypothesis
unthinking and careless
Until it shall become an indispensable and delightful habit
Until sleep overtakes us at a stride
Until the last gun is fired
Until we take our place in the city whose hills are light
Untinged by prejudice
untiring energy
Untiring enunciation of platitudes and fallacies
Unto the pure all things are pure.
untold calamity
Untouched by the ruthless spirit of improvement
untoward circumstances (untoward = improper)
untrammeled expression
untrodden woodland
untroubled repose
untuneful phrase
untutored and infantine
untutored mind
unusual and unexpected
unusual audacity
unutterable sadness
Unutterable things pressing on my soul like a pent-up storm craving for outlet
Unutterably trivial and paltry
Unutterably wearisome
unuttered and unutterable
unvarnished feeling
unwarranted limitation
unwasting energies
unwavering allegiance
Unwavering and unquestioning approbation (approbation = warm approval; praise)
Unwavering love
unwearied diligence
unwelcome alliance
unwholesome and vile
Unwholesome influence, I would say
unwholesome, bewildering, and unprofitable
unwieldy bulk
unwilling homage
unwittingly mingled
unwonted kindness (unwonted = unusual)
unworldly foolishness
unworldly, peaceable, and philosophical
unworthy alliance
Unworthy and ungenerous treatment
Unworthy of consideration
unyielding nature
Up and doing
Up to this moment I have stated
Upbraid ourselves with folly
Upcast like foam of the effacing tide
Upholding the finest traditions of
Uplift by the power of Christ
Uplifting the soul as on dovelike wings
Uplifting their stony peaks around us like the walls and turrets of a gigantic fortress
Upon being advised that these terms are satisfactory
Upon receiving your letter of
Upon such sacrificesthe gods themselves throw incense.
upon the cool and still piazza
Upon the firm foundation of liberty, justice, and equality
Upon the mountain-tops of meditation
upright and credible
upright, high-minded, brave, and liberal
upright, kind-hearted, and blameless
uproar and confusion
uproarious laughter
upstart and braggart
upstart pretensions
Urbanely plastic and versatile
urbanity and unction (unction = exaggerated earnestness)
urged by curiosity
Urgent as the seas
Urgent warning and admonition
urgent, important, immediate, and imperative
urgent, tumultuous, and incomprehensible
usage, custom, habit, and practise
useless fripperies (fripperies = pretentious, showy)
usher into society
utilize to advantage
utmost scorn
utter and disastrous
utter with sarcasm
Uttering grandiose puerilities (puerilities = childishness, silly)
Uttering wild cries like a creature in pain
Utterly and essentially irreverent
Utterly at sea
Utterly futile as well as mischievous
Utterly ineffective
Utterly inscrutable
Utterly repudiated
Utterly wide of the mark
vacant stupidity
vacillating obedience
vacillation and uncertainty
vacuous ease
vagabondish spirit
vagrancy of thought
vagrant wandering
vague and indistinct
Vague as a dream
Vague thoughts that stream shapelessly through her mind like long sad vapors through the twilight sky
vague, impalpable, and incongruous
vaguely discursive
Vain allurements of folly and fashion
vain and profitless
vain contemplation
vain, useless, unproductive, and unavailing
vainglorious show
Valiant as a lion.
valid objection
validity and value
valley of misfortune
valuable acquisition
valueless assertion
vampire tongue
vanguard of progress
vanish into mystery
Vanish into thin air, like ghosts at the cockcrow
vanished centuries
Vanished like snow when comes a thaw
Vanished like vapor before the sun
vanities and vices
vanities, envies, devices, and jealousies
vanities, stupidities, and falsehoods
vantage ground
vapid generalities (vapid = lacking liveliness, interest; dull)
vapory and chaotic
variable temperament
varied and animated
variegated career (variegated = varied)
Various foibles
Variously ramified and delicately minute channels of expression
varnish and falsehood
Varnished over with a cold repellent cynicism
vassals and inferiors
vast advantage
vast and superlative
Vast and vague aspirations
Vast sweep of mellow distances
vast, scattered, various, and incalculable
Vastly complex and far-reaching problems
veering purpose
Veering to the other extreme
vehemence of manner
vehement and clamorous
vehement panting
Vehemently and indignantly repudiated
vehicle of intercourse
veil of futurity
veiled and unreadable
Veiled by some equivocation
veiled insolence
vein of snobbishness
velocity of movement
velvety lawn
venality and corruption
Venerable and dignified conservatism
venerable and interesting
venerable placidity
venerable, patriotic, and virtuous
venomous passion
venture to say
veracious journals (veracious = honest; truthful; accurate; precise)
veracity and fidelity
verbal audacities
verbally and literally
verbose manner
verdant hope
verifiable facts
Verified by all human experience
veritable triumph
verities, certainties, and realities
vernacular expression
vernal charm (vernal = resembling spring; fresh; youthful)
Versatile and essentially original
versatile grace
versatile, eloquent, sagacious, and talented (sagacious = wise)
versatility and sympathy
versed in knowledge
Versed in the arts of exciting tumult and sedition (sedition = insurrection; rebellion)
Very acutely said
Very agreeable people
Very disconcerting
Very far adrift for explanations of
Very far afield
Very good, I’ll do so
Very intolerant of sin, but not vindictive
Very likely the explanation lies in the fact that
Very material tastes and ambitions
Very much alive
Very much to the point
Very respectfully,
Very sincerely yours,
Very strange is this indeed
Very well worth while
Very well, I will consent
Very willing to accede to a suggestion
vestige of regard
vexation and anxiety
vexatious circumstances
vibrant with feeling
Vibrant with the surge of human passions
vibrating and sonorous
Vibrations set quivering like harp strings struck by the hand of a master
vicarious virtue
vicissitudes of life (vicissitudes = sudden or unexpected changes)
Vicissitudes of wind and weather (vicissitudes = sudden or unexpected changes)
view with awe
Viewed in its general tenor and substance
Viewed with disfavor
views and experiences
vigilant and inflexible
vigilant sensibility
vigilant, inveterate, and unresting (inveterate = long established)
Vigor and richness of resource
vigorous and graphic
Vigorous and well compacted
vigorous invective (invective = abusive language)
vigorous, subtle, and comprehensive
vigorous, upright, dignified, and imperative
vile desecrater
vile, mean, debased, and sordid
villainous inconsistency
vindictive sentiment
Violating all decency
Violations of moral rectitude
Violence of statement
violent agitation
violent and ill-balanced
Violent and unforeseen vicissitudes –  (vicissitudes = sudden or unexpected changes)
violent, impetuous, intense, and ungovernable
violent, sinister, and rebellious
virgin grace
Virgin soil
virile leadership
virtual surrender
Virtually accomplished, I believe
Virtue is persecuted more by the wicked than it is loved by the good
virtue, genius, and charm
virtuous and wise
virtuous disdain
virtuous, upright, honest, and moral
virulence and invective (invective = abusive language)
virulent prejudice
visible and apparent
Visible and palpable pains and penalties
visible embarrassment
vision of splendor
visionary and obscure
visionary dreamer
visionary, dreamy, pensive, and sensitive
visionary, fraudulent, and empirical
vistas and backgrounds
vital and vigorous
vital interpretation
vital to success
vital, formidable, and dominant
vitalized by thought
vitiate and poison (vitiate = reduce the value)
Vitiated by intolerance and shortsightedness –  (vitiated = reduce the value; corrupt morally; debase)
vitiated taste (vitiated = reduce the value; corrupt morally)
vitriolic sneer
vituperation and abuse (vituperation = abusive language)
vivacious and agreeable
vivacious excitement
Vivacity is her greatest charm
vivid and varied
Vivid even to oppressiveness
vivid portrayal
vivid, comprehensible, and striking
vividness of memory
vociferous appeal
Vociferous praise following like a noisy wave
voice of ambition
voiceless multitude
Voices that charm the ear and echo with a subtle resonance in the soul
void and nothingness
void of authority
volatile and fiery
volatile fragrance
volcanic suddenness
Volcanic upheavings of imprisoned passions
voluble prose (voluble = ready flow of speech; fluent)
volubly and exuberantly (volubly = ready flow of speech)
volume and impetus
volume of trade
voluminous and varied
voluminous biography
voluntarily and habitually
voluntary relinquishment
Voracious and insatiable appetite
voracious animosity
votive wreath
Vouch for its truth
vow of allegiance
vulgar and artificial
Vulgar eagerness for place
vulgar prosperity
vulgar, heavy, narrow, and obtuse
vulgarity, ignorance, and misapprehension
vulnerable foe
wabbling enterprise (wabbling = wobbling)
waddling, perspiring, and breathless
waggishly sapient (sapient = wise)
wailing winds
Wait on the Lord; be of good courage, and he shall strengthen thine heart.
Walking in the blessed path of peace, power, and purity
Walking somewhat unsteadily like a blind man feeling his way
wallow in idolatry
wander into digression
wandering and erratic
wandering fancy
waning popularity
want, lack, poverty, and paucity
want, worry, and woe
wanting in dignity
wanton and unnecessary
wanton butchery
Wanton destruction
Wantonly and detestably unkind
war and revelry
warbling lute
warlike trappings
warm, soft, clear, and serene
Warmly your friend,
warmth of temperament
warning prophecy
Warnings too pregnant to be disregarded
warp and woof (warp = lengthwise threads) –  (woof = crosswise threads)
Warped by personal pretensions and self-consequence
Warped out of the true meaning
warped purpose
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