The economic meltdown that made him now threatens to unmake him.
I've been weak and contemptible enough to let you unmake me.
You are going to be able to make and unmake men as you choose.
She will be yours to make—yours to unmake, to mould, fashion, remould—with God's good help.
If we build up this throne, he who sits on it is our viceroy; we have made, and can unmake him.'
The State did not make and could not unmake 'the Trew Church,' but was bound to establish, foster, and obey it.
But we cannot unmake ourselves or change our habits in a moment.
They tell us why poverty will not unmake one: but they tell us more.
We will go out against the world and break it and unmake it.
A fine thing to boast of,' thought Philammon, 'in the face of the men who make and unmake kings and Caesars!'