- un- + happen (Wiktionary)
“We shall be able to "unhappen" essentially any disease quickly and cheaply, by assembling the exactly required "tickling pattern" to "unhappen" that specific disease in the diseased body.”
“So the ability to (1) "unhappen" things like the OH bond in water molecules, (2) "unhappen" the cancerous growth in a region of normal flesh, (3) "unhappen" the lattice bonds in titanium so that the titanium liquefies at room temperature without heating and can then be”
“In the title story of Twilight of the Superheroes, a narrator says of 9/11, One kept waiting for that shattering day to unhappen, so that the real -- the intended -- future, the one that had been implied by the past, could unfold.”
“If something in your story happens, you should not make it unhappen.”
“There's this very real feeling in Burma that things happen, and then they unhappen," said Larkin.”
“A memory is what is left when something happens and does not completely unhappen.”
“If only we could make all the sad things unhappen …”
“She wanted to make everything that had happened unhappen.”
“And -- this is equally vital -- it isn't going to unhappen.”
“RAO: When you look back at your time as president, are there things that you wish you could just unhappen?”
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