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un-A·mer·i·can

(ŭn′ə-mĕr′ĭ-kən)
adj.
Considered contrary to the institutions or principles of the United States.
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un-American

adj
1. not in accordance with the aims, ideals, customs, etc, of the US
2. against the interests of the US
ˌun-Aˈmericanˌism n
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un-A•mer•i•can

(ˌʌn əˈmɛr ɪ kən)

adj.
not typifying or contrary to American values, standards, goals, etc.
[1810–20, Amer.]
un`-A•mer′i•can•ism, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.un-American - considered contrary to the best interests of the United States
disloyal, unpatriotic - showing lack of love for your country
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Translations

un-American

[ˈʌnəˈmerɪkən] ADJ
1. (pej) (= anti-American) → antiamericano
2. (= not typical) → poco americano
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un-American

adjunamerikanisch; un-American activitiesunamerikanische Umtriebe pl
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un-American

[ʌnəˈmɛrɪkən] adj (anti-American) → antiamericano/a; (uncharacteristic of America) → poco americano/a
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The author "does a great job of bringing the impact on people and families labeled as 'unamerican' home to the reader," the review added.
Vanguard's statement on Bogle's death says his approach was "ridiculed by others in the industry as unAmerican and a sure path to mediocrity." That first fund collected only $11 million during its initial underwriting.
Smith & Wesson could, and in my opinion should, have done the same thing with their Classic series of revolvers, offering them in their original configuration without the stupid unnecessary unAmerican ILM.
But his opponents on the left are less than honest when they suggest that any attempt to secure our southern border with a physical barrier is unAmerican or immoral.
What is being done to Brett Kavanaugh is unAmerican.
They worried that noisy Jewish protests might be perceived as unAmerican.
In a lengthy piece in The New York Review of Books, she denounced Bloom's work as elitist, anti-democratic and even unAmerican. She derided his intellectual capacities, writing, "How good a philosopher, then, is Allan Bloom?
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California's 1879 Constitution permitted state income taxation, but Plehn and his colleagues simply dismissed this alternative as "unAmerican." Instead, the commission chose the separation of sources plan, which necessitated another constitutional amendment to release the state from its obligation to depend on the general property tax as a source of revenue.
His mother's second husband, Lawrence Choy Lowe (1906-1962), who adopted Rolland, was active in the community and was brought before the House Committee on UnAmerican Activities during the McCarthy era, a time of rampant red-baiting and paranoia.
Atlanta, GA, August 16, 2017 --(PR.com)-- The UnAmerican Struggle is a feature-length documentary from 1366 Films that examines the resurgence of racism, misogyny, sexism, and xenophobia in America brought about by Donald Trump's words and actions as a candidate, and now his policies as president.