undoable

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adjective un·do·able \ ˌən-ˈdü-ə-bəl , ˈən- \

Definition of undoable

1 :impossible to do :not doable
  • a theoretical approach that proved to be undoable in practice
2 :able to be reversed or undone :possible to undo
  • Nearly everything you can do to an image is undoable. In fact, you can usually undo a substantial number of the most recent things you did, if you decide that they're misguided.
  • —Bill Rosoman

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First Known Use of undoable

1865



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