7. untouched upon, untreated, unmentioned, undiscussed, undescribed, undepicted; omitted,
untoward, adj. 1. unfavorable, adverse, cross, contrary, hostile, unfriendly, negative, bad; infelicitious, inappropriate, inopportune, untimely, unseasonable; unpropitious, inauspicious, ominous, threatening, foreboding, menacing, portentous; sinister, evil, black, dark, bleak, unpromising; unfortunate, unlucky, ill-starred, ill-fated, ill-omened, star-crossed, doomed.
2. improper, inappropriate, inapt, inapposite, unmeet, unfitting, unbefitting, unfit, unsuitable, unsuited, unfeasible, incorrect; unwarranted, uncalled-for, out of place, out of keeping; unseemly, unbecoming, indecorous, indecent, unladylike, ungentlemanly, ungenteel, impolite, rude; undignified, unrefined, unpolished, inelegant, indelicate; impolitic, imprudent, indiscreet, tactless, untactful, injudicious; Inf. out-of-the-way, Inf. off-key, out-of-bounds, out-of-line, out-of-order.
untrained, adj. untaught, untutored, uninstructed, unschooled, uneducated, unlearned; unknowledge-able, unknowing, unenlightened, uninformed; undisciplined, raw, green, inexperienced, unprepared, unpracticed; unskilled, inexpert, inefficient, incompetent, unqualified; amateurish, amateur, unprofessional, nonprofessional.
untroubled, adj. calm, collected, composed, Inf. together; cool, Inf. cool as a cucumber, cool-headed, even-tempered, equanimous, poised, balanced, steady; level-headed, reasonable, rational, sensible; possessed, self-possessed, controlled, self-controlled, in control, passionless, impassive, dispassionate; imperturbable, unperturbable, inexcitable, SI. unflappable; unruffled, unflustered, undisturbed, unstirred, unexcited, unagitated, unperturbed, unmoved, unbothered; easygoing, relaxed, Inf hang-loose, Inf. mellow, Inf. laid-back; peaceful, tranquil, serene, pacific, placid, smooth; unemotional, undemonstrative, stoic, stoical, philosophical.
untrue, adj. 1. faithless, unfaithful, disloyal, unloyal, false; treasonous, traitorous, treacherous, perfidious; two-faced, Janus-faced, hypocritical, double-tongued, deceitful, untrustworthy, dishonorable, false-hearted; double-dealing, recreant, underhanded, shifty, tricky; disingenuous, insincere, conniving, Machiavellian, artful, sly, wily, cunning; crooked, duplicitous, false-principled, double; dishonest, quackish, charlatanish, ambidextrous.
2. erroneous, false, wrong, incorrect, inaccurate, mistaken; imprecise, inexact, not right, amiss, unfac-tual; fallacious, faulty, flawed, contradictory, erring, in error; all wrong, wide of the mark, astray, Inf. off base; illogical, unfounded, unsound, perverse, errant, aberrant; deviant, distorted, perverted, SI. cockeyed; off key, out of tune, off pitch; out of line, out of plumb, off, out of square, wide.
3. fake, fraudulent, counterfeit, mock, ersatz, sham, make-believe; imitation, forged, faked, Inf. phony, bogus, spurious, unreal.
untrustworthy, adj. 1. disreputable, dishonest, undependable, untrusty, deceitful, questionable. See - unreliable (def. 1).
2. changeable, fickle, variable. See - unreliable (def. 2).
untruth, n. 1. untruthfulness, inveracity, falsity, lying, mendacity, truthlessness; erroneousness, fallaciousness, untrueness, misrepresentation; prevarication, perjury, dissimulation; sophistry, casuistry, jesuitism, subtlety, subreption; deceitfulness, deception, duplicity, fraudulence, equivocation.
2. lie, prevarication, fib, falsehood, fabrication, fiction; distortion, perversion, coloring, misstatement, misrepresentation, falsification; fable, myth, figment, canard, invention, concoction; story, tale, yarn, Inf. tall tale, cock and bull story, Inf. fish story; white lie, half-truth, Inf. taradiddle, Inf. flam; dirty lie, monstrous lie, barefaced lie; hoax, humbug, deception, trick, Inf. flimflam.