from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To undo the process of knowing, to lose knowledge of something.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Unknown.
- transitive v. To cease to know; to lose the knowledge of.
- transitive v. To fail of knowing; to be ignorant of.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To become ignorant of, or unacquainted with, as something already known; lose the knowledge of.
- Not to know; to have no knowledge of or acquaintance with.
As hard as critics can try, it is difficult to "unknow" something, especially when it is related to something we are trying to analyze.
The soldiers 'descriptions of carnage and fear and terror were things the human mind could not "unknow," their imprint unerasable.
On the one hand you need to listen to what people say about your game; you're not going to find all the issues yourself, or be able to see the game with fresh eyes something many developers and execs underestimate, thinking they can 'unknow' what they already know and be an effective stand-in for a new player.
We also take 1 gallon milk jugs and let someone set them out at unknow distances.
When people come up with simple ideas and apply them with every possible high tech data like a real thermal transducer, manipulating thermal activity, being like the number eight some think of me as being the infinite unkown to beings with 99.9% absolute power my soul mate we to each other being the first unknow last unkown first known and last known as we gain absolute power.
Occasionally you learn something about someone you can't unknow.
Universe Empire Star have suffered first and unknow destory or lossing.
But the urge now is to unknow the urgency with which I forgot my self-description.
Anyway, it is not as though the council discovered unknow letters and books to include.
Getting a book by an unknow author published in 3 months must be a record.
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