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The synonyms of “Unrequited” are: unanswered, unreciprocated
Unrequited as an Adjective
Definitions of "Unrequited" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “unrequited” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Not returned in kind.
- (of a feeling, especially love) not returned.
Synonyms of "Unrequited" as an adjective (2 Words)
|unanswered||Not answered or responded to.|
|unreciprocated||Not returned in kind.|
His feelings for her were unreciprocated.
Usage Examples of "Unrequited" as an adjective
- He's been pining with unrequited love.
- Unrequited (unanswered) love.
Associations of "Unrequited" (30 Words)
|amatory||Relating to or induced by sexual love or desire.|
Her amatory affairs.
|attachment||An extra part or extension that is or may be attached to something to perform a particular function.|
Attachment to a formal agenda.
|cloying||Excessively sweet, rich, or sentimental, especially to a disgusting or sickening degree.|
A romantic rather cloying story.
|conjugal||Relating to marriage or the relationship between a married couple.|
|connubial||Of or relating to marriage or to the relationship between a wife and husband.|
Their connubial bed.
|consummate||Make perfect; bring to perfection.|
They did not consummate their marriage until months after it took place.
|darling||A lovable or endearing person.|
His darling wife.
|eagerly||With eagerness; in an eager manner.|
Fans of the show are eagerly awaiting the new season.
|enthusiast||An ardent and enthusiastic supporter of some person or activity.|
A sports car enthusiast.
|favorite||Appealing to the general public.|
That book is one of my favorites.
|fixation||An obsessive interest in or feeling about someone or something.|
During the period of total blindness there was a complete absence of visual fixation.
|friendship||The state of being friends (or friendly.|
The foreign ministers extended to eastern Europe the hand of friendship.
|husband||Use cautiously and frugally.|
She husbanded their financial resources through difficult times.
|infatuation||An intense but short-lived passion or admiration for someone or something.|
He had developed an infatuation with the girl.
|longing||Prolonged unfulfilled desire or need.|
Miranda felt a wistful longing for the old days.
|love||Be enamored or in love with.|
She was his first love.
|matrimony||The ceremony or sacrament of marriage.|
The joys of matrimony.
|obsession||The state of being obsessed with someone or something.|
He was in the grip of an obsession he was powerless to resist.
|paramour||A woman who cohabits with an important man.|
|passionate||Arising from intense feelings of sexual love.|
He s passionate about football.
|philander||Have amorous affairs; of men.|
Married men who philander.
|platonic||Of or relating to or characteristic of Plato or his philosophy.|
Their relationship is purely platonic.
|possessive||A possessive word or form.|
|sickness||The feeling or fact of being affected with nausea or vomiting.|
She was absent through sickness.
|sisterhood||The relationship between sisters.|
Canadian feminists acknowledge their sisterhood with women around the globe.
|tempt||Give rise to a desire by being attractive or inviting.|
There ll always be someone tempted by the rich pickings of poaching.
Promises of undying love.
|wed||Take in marriage.|
They wed a week after meeting.