Thus Foley massaged a deal with the first George Bush to unsay his 1988 pledge: "Read my lips- no new taxes."
Then, Mary, realizing what she had said when it was too late to unsay it, clapped her hands over her mouth and groaned.
She cannot unsay what she said, and I cannot undo what I have done.
Her willfulness was quite broken, and now she sought only to make Skirnir unsay the words of horror.
You have only to unsay—tell me you have a right to demand it.'
In vain for the next two years Henry strove to unsay, to palliate, to disclaim these words.
Naomi regretted her words next moment; but it was too late to unsay them.
It was now too late to unsay the words, but not too late to mislead his hearers.
To be able to unsay some heedless word—to undo some reckless deed!
She would not unsay the gruel, because she was sure this kind-hearted woman would take pleasure in getting it for her.