unbeget

unbeget

(ˌʌnbɪˈɡɛt)
vb (tr)
to undo the creation of something
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In the unfinished drama Torrismond, the eponymous hero addresses his father: "'Tear all my life out of the universe,/Take my youth, unwrap me of my years,/And hunt me up the dark and broken past/Into my mother's womb: there unbeget me;/For 'till I'm in thy veins and unbegun,/Or to the food returned which makes the blood/That did make me, no possible lie can ever/Unroot my feet of thee'" (I, iv, 185-192).
Solyman, an insider at court, discloses in Act I that the Emperor "wishes, each minute, he could unbeget / Those Rebel-Sons, who dare t' usurp his Seat: / To sway his Empire with unequal skill, / And mount a Throne, which none but he can fill" (1.