unbuilt

Unbuilt vs Unguilt - What's the difference?

unbuilt | unguilt |


As adjectives the difference between unbuilt and unguilt

is that unbuilt is not built while unguilt is not gilt or gilded.

As a verb unguilt is

to remove the sin or guilt from; pardon; excuse.

As a noun unguilt is

guiltlessness; innocence.

Unbuilt vs Inbuilt - What's the difference?

unbuilt | inbuilt |


As adjectives the difference between unbuilt and inbuilt

is that unbuilt is not built while inbuilt is existing as an essential constituent; built-in; inherent; integral.

Unbuild vs Unbuilt - What's the difference?

unbuild | unbuilt |


As a verb unbuild

is to dismantle or deconstruct (something previously built).

As an adjective unbuilt is

not built.

Upbuilt vs Unbuilt - What's the difference?

upbuilt | unbuilt |


As a verb upbuilt

is (upbuild).

As an adjective unbuilt is

not built.

Built vs Unbuilt - What's the difference?

built | unbuilt |


As adjectives the difference between built and unbuilt

is that built is (informal) well-built while unbuilt is not built.

As a verb built

is (build).

As a noun built

is (obsolete) shape; build; form of structure.