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unmake

verb un·make \-ˈmāk\
un·made\-ˈmād\un·mak·ing

Definition of UNMAKE

transitive verb
1
:  to cause to disappear :  destroy
2
:  to deprive of rank or office :  depose
3
:  to deprive of essential characteristics :  change the nature of

Examples of UNMAKE

  1. <a movie studio chief who likes to boast that he can unmake any star in Hollywood if he wishes>

First Known Use of UNMAKE

15th century

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