uncreate


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uncreate

(ˌʌnkrɪˈeɪt)
vb (tr)
to dismantle or unmake
References in classic literature ?
Then who created thee lamenting learne, When who can uncreate thee thou shalt know.
Who now shall lead thy scattered children forth, And long accustomed bondage uncreate.
Individuals create civil society, and may uncreate it when they judge advisable.
That there is but one Omnipotent, Uncreate & God I agree, but that there is but one Infinite I do not; for if all but God is not Infinite, they shall come to an End, which God forbid.
It tipped him over the edge and it made him decide to uncreate his wife.
When using burning, we have found that some clients can forego the burning and go on to directly unmake or uncreate such mental objects simply by looking at them.
But simply through her forms of speech and the manipulation of her rhetoric, Fanny Dashwood can uncreate that reality.
Strange, eldritch cairns, seeming uncreate, not rightly observed, demanding much from a moment passed.
so God shall uncreate, Be frustrate, do, undo, and labour loose, Not well conceav'd of God, who though his Power Creation could repeate, yet would be loath Us to abolish, least the Adversary Triumph and say; Fickle their State whom God Most Favors; who can please him long?
The multiple references to pity and mercy in the scene may also signal Othello's efforts to uncreate his earlier exchanges of pity and love with Desdemona.