from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. Past tense of undo.
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- v. Simple past of undo.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- imp. of undo.
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The words, "No one was with her when she died," which I recall undid my fourth grade teacher, still bring me to tears.
And it -- it's -- it was just something that kind of undid all the three days of testimony that the defense had put on about how this guy was nice to others.
Robert "undid" Rosalie -- a wooden rod with a fixed knob at one end went through the arms of her high chair and was fastened by a removable knob at the other end -- and Rosalie slid down very gravely, and with their laughter still echoing trod upstairs to her mother's bedside and related what she had been told to ask, and, on inquiry, why she had asked it.
Even the magic lasso couldn’t clear KK’s mental block, but the one pass phrase undid all the conditioning, returning the Kid to his senses.
Friedkin's unflinching nihilism, including one of the bleakest, most effed-up endings I've ever seen in an action movie, really kind of undid much of the movie's entertainment value, even if it strengthened its portraiture of this dangerous lifestyle.
I tried the / 3gb switch over a year ago and found my system to be much less stable, in C3D or not, so I "undid" it too.
If he "undid" his prophecy, he could shine again with his inimitable quotes, such as: "The man who complains about the way the ball bounces is likely the same one who dropped it."
(I think they recently undid that one -- I hope so.)
I put a stick on its head and undid the trap and then it latched on to my boot I kicked it and it took off.
I saw how the deification of Michael Jackson and his need to always live up to the utterly unrealistic expectations of his fans to be superhuman slowly undid his life.