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unmake

[uhn-meyk]
verb (used with object), unmade, unmaking.
1.
to cause to be as if never made; reduce to the original elements or condition; undo; destroy.
2.
to depose from office or authority; demote in rank.
3.
to change the essential point of (a book, play, etc.).
4.
to alter the opinion of (one's mind).
5.
to change or alter the character of.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English unmaken. See un-2, make

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unmade (ʌnˈmeɪd)
 
vb
1.  the past tense and past participle of unmake
 
adj
2.  not yet made
3.  existing without having been made or created
4.  falconry another word for unmanned

unmake (ʌnˈmeɪk)
 
vb , -makes, -making, -made
1.  to undo or destroy
2.  to depose from office, rank, or authority
3.  to alter the nature of
 
un'maker
 
n

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unmade
mid-13c., "not yet made," from un- (1) "not" + pp. of make. Unmake "to reduce to an unmade condition" is recorded from early 15c. (cf. M.Du. ontmaken, Ger. entmachen); figurative sense of "to ruin" is recorded from c.1600.
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