Unmake [verb]

Definition of Unmake:

flatten, knock down; wipe out

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Sentence/Example of Unmake:

The American, once having made them citizens, cannot unmake them.

The restoration of the Bourbons, the Revolutions of 1830 and 1848, make and unmake romantics.

You are going to be able to make and unmake men as you choose.

If we build up this throne, he who sits on it is our viceroy; we have made, and can unmake him.'

We cannot, if we would, unmake the history of the last ten years.

But we cannot unmake ourselves or change our habits in a moment.

We will go out against the world and break it and unmake it.

It is not straps that make the gentleman, or highlows that unmake him, be they ever so thick.

They made Boulanger to save it; now they are trying to unmake Boulanger to save it.

So, after all, I was not much disappointed when the order came to unmake the sacks.