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.
352, 353 (2014) (Scalia, J., dissenting from denial of cert.) ("With deference to agency interpretations of statutory provisions to which criminal prohibitions are attached, federal administrators can in effect create (and uncreate) new crimes at will, so long as they do not roam beyond ambiguities that the laws contain.").
It is axiomatic that only the Constitution can destroy (uncreate) what it has installed (created).
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." Government depends simply on individual will, and not at all on the relational virtues of citizens, beginning, as Brownson says, with the indispensable virtue of loyalty.
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.
"GOD" is "Greater than the Greatest!" (9.2294-95): each Person of the Trinity is "uncreate" and "incomprehensible" (Bk.
There does not seem to be an equivalent concept in English, although the closest might be something along the lines of "uncreating." The point here is that even though a person may have once formed painful images, memories, beliefs, or what have you, we counselors are not taught that we can directly unmake, unform, uncreate, undo, or deconstruct them psychologically.
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?