unwish


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un·wish

 (ŭn-wĭsh′)
tr.v. un·wished, un·wish·ing, un·wish·es
1. To retract a wish for.
2. Obsolete To wish out of existence.

unwish

(ʌnˈwɪʃ)
vb (tr)
1. to retract or revoke (a wish)
2. to desire (something) not to be or take place

un•wish

(ʌnˈwɪʃ)

v.t.
Obs. to wish away.

unwish


Past participle: unwished
Gerund: unwishing

Imperative
unwish
unwish
Present
I unwish
you unwish
he/she/it unwishes
we unwish
you unwish
they unwish
Preterite
I unwished
you unwished
he/she/it unwished
we unwished
you unwished
they unwished
Present Continuous
I am unwishing
you are unwishing
he/she/it is unwishing
we are unwishing
you are unwishing
they are unwishing
Present Perfect
I have unwished
you have unwished
he/she/it has unwished
we have unwished
you have unwished
they have unwished
Past Continuous
I was unwishing
you were unwishing
he/she/it was unwishing
we were unwishing
you were unwishing
they were unwishing
Past Perfect
I had unwished
you had unwished
he/she/it had unwished
we had unwished
you had unwished
they had unwished
Future
I will unwish
you will unwish
he/she/it will unwish
we will unwish
you will unwish
they will unwish
Future Perfect
I will have unwished
you will have unwished
he/she/it will have unwished
we will have unwished
you will have unwished
they will have unwished
Future Continuous
I will be unwishing
you will be unwishing
he/she/it will be unwishing
we will be unwishing
you will be unwishing
they will be unwishing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been unwishing
you have been unwishing
he/she/it has been unwishing
we have been unwishing
you have been unwishing
they have been unwishing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been unwishing
you will have been unwishing
he/she/it will have been unwishing
we will have been unwishing
you will have been unwishing
they will have been unwishing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been unwishing
you had been unwishing
he/she/it had been unwishing
we had been unwishing
you had been unwishing
they had been unwishing
Conditional
I would unwish
you would unwish
he/she/it would unwish
we would unwish
you would unwish
they would unwish
Past Conditional
I would have unwished
you would have unwished
he/she/it would have unwished
we would have unwished
you would have unwished
they would have unwished
References in classic literature ?
He felt in the family assembled there a hideous resentment against those poor atoms who had come into the world unwished for; and he had a suspicion that if he did not speak firmly an `accident' would occur.
'We have set out a plan for the future and a budget for the BBC over the next few years, and we can't unwish that.
So will I grow, so live, so die, my lord , Ere I will yield my virgin patent up Unto his lordship, whose unwished yoke My soul consents not to give sovereignty .
After three hundred pages of "wishes can't be unwished," this takes a leap of faith, even for fairy-tale fans.
In order to remove these unwished frequencies, and to provide at the same time an accurate current reading, we employed a high side active current to voltage converter and passive low pass filter.
''It's a very fine line between getting it right and doing an unwished for 'Life of Brian,''' Bale said, adding that the Monty Python classic's chipper tune, ''Always Look on the Bright Side of Life,'' played in his mind often on set.
In addition, unwished side effects cannot be excluded.
For the average Turk it is natural for them that their country has a clear Turkish identity and the righteous owner of the country are the Turks, because they have fought for every inch of the country, while the Kurds, a kind of unwished plague, should vanish or in the best case adjust themselves (assimilate) to the conditions.
Motherhood and matrimony no longer signal legally protected, powerful unofficial influence; they register either unavoidable, unwished death to offspring or unwelcome power to monstrous children like Richard.