Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of undam.

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Examples

  • The undamming of rivers, begun seriously under Clinton/Gore, continues, and the ancient vibrant river life of salmon, shad, freshwater dolphin, and manatee returns.

    Norman MacAfee: The Presidency of Al Gore, 2001-2009

  • When the Army Corps of Engineers executed a cost-benefit analysis of undamming the Snake River in eastern Washington, they factored in something they called “existence value”—the value of the psychic benefit people get from knowing the river is running wild.

    More Sex Is Safer Sex

  • And now BioWare is about to open the floodgates for modders by undamming the

    Gaming Nexus

  • I think that there are political leaders out there who are saying incredibly irresponsible things that could have the effect of undamming a real flood of hate.

    Orcinus

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