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unsell

verb un·sell \-ˈsel\
un·sold\-ˈsōld\un·sel·ling

Definition of UNSELL

transitive verb
1
:  to dissuade from a belief in the truth, value, or desirability of something <ads that unsell the public on energy consumption>
2
:  to discourage a belief in the truth, value, or desirability of <I unsold the coat he wanted and sold him another>

First Known Use of UNSELL

circa 1929

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