verb un·build \ˌən-ˈbild\

Definition of UNBUILD

transitive verb
:  to pull down :  demolish, raze
intransitive verb
:  to destroy something

Examples of UNBUILD

  1. <beavers were busily building dams, and local landowners were just as diligently unbuilding them>

First Known Use of UNBUILD

circa 1608


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