What is another word for unpaired?

55 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ ʌnpˈe͡əd], [ ʌnpˈe‍əd], [ ʌ_n_p_ˈeə_d]

Unpaired is a term used to describe something that doesn't have a partner or a match. Synonyms for unpaired include lone, single, odd, individual, solitary, alone, unique, disconnected, separate, and unmatched. Lone refers to something that's alone or by itself, while single refers to a sole object or person. On the other hand, odd, individual, and solitary indicate something or someone that's different from the group or without a partner. Unique means one of a kind or rare. Disconnected and separate denote separation or disconnection from a group. Finally, unmatched signifies that something doesn't have a match or equal.

What are the hypernyms for Unpaired?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for unpaired?

The term unpaired is used to indicate that something is not matched or paired with another item. The antonyms for the word unpaired could be paired, coupled, matched, or twinned. Paired denotes that two things are arranged or placed together, while coupled refers to two things that are connected or linked. Matched suggests that things are identical or corresponding, and twinned means that there are two items of the same kind that are connected or paired together. In short, these antonyms provide different ways of expressing the concept of being matched or paired with another item.

What are the antonyms for Unpaired?

Usage examples for Unpaired

To correct your misapprehensions on these points, I will briefly say, in the first place, that the laborers of the North are freemen and not slaves;-that they marry whom they please, and are neither paired nor unpaired to suit the interests of the breeder, or seller, or buyer, of human stock:-and, in the second place, that the abolitionists, instead of being a body of persons distinct from "the industrious and laborious classes," do, more than nineteen twentieths of them, belong to those "classes."
"The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus"
American Anti-Slavery Society
In some it is altogether unpaired.
"Darwin and Modern Science"
A.C. Seward and Others
unpaired fins A few isolated bones on K. U. no.
"A New Genus of Pennsylvania Fish (Crossoperygii, Coelacanthiformes) from Kansas"
Joan Echols

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