unknittable

unknit

[uhn-nit]
verb (used with object), unknitted or unknit, unknitting.
1.
to untie or unfasten (a knot, tangle, etc.); unravel (something knitted); undo.
2.
to weaken, undo, or destroy.
3.
to smooth out (something wrinkled).
verb (used without object), unknitted or unknit, unknitting.
4.
to become undone.

Origin:
before 1000; Middle English unknytten, Old English uncnyttan. See un-2, knit

unknittable, adjective
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unknit (ʌnˈnɪt)
 
vb , -knits, -knitting, -knitted, -knit
1.  to make or become undone, untied, or unravelled
2.  (tr) to loosen, weaken, or destroy: to unknit an alliance
3.  rare (tr) to smooth out (a wrinkled brow)

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