Definitions

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  • v. To decompose, or resolve into parts; to destroy the form of; to unmake.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • transitive v. To decompose, or resolve into parts; to destroy the form of; to unmake.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To destroy; unmake; decompose, or resolve into parts.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ form

Examples

  • The man told church members the unform had actually belonged to his brother, who had been killed in Iraq.

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  • At anti-peace rallies, Rabin was denounced as a traitor and a murderer and dressed in effigy with an Arab kaffiyeh or a Nazi SS unform.

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  • The unform lines are also sometimes called 'democracy of lines' and in the comic book world this is known as 'ligne claire' or 'clear line' style.

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  • She started off the letter by reminding me of the words that President Lincoln wrote that said to take care for the families of those in unform whom we have sent into harm's way.

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  • There are too many nominally Catholic families that don't attend Mass but want to send their children to a Catholic school because they like its discipline, unform, sense of being part of a real community..... but at home they undermine any remote Catholicism that has been picked up at school by living like ordinary pagans on a diet of TV soap operas and with no prayer or Catholic life at all.

    auntie joanna writes

  • Am settled back here at my own desk in book-filled study, dear pic of Jamie in unform, taken 20 yrs ago when he was a subaltern, small statue of St James dressed as a pilgrim, stack of books underfoot as nowhere else to put them, rosemary bush outside window faintly scenting the air, mug of ready promising blissful sips....aaah, THIS is the way to write a blog.

    auntie joanna writes

  • The word formed in her mind, and she could not unform it.

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  • Sarah had to work and showed up later looking very butch in her Sheriff's unform, complete with mace, handcuffs and 9 milimeter pistol.

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  • The moral of all this is that YOU must take good care to form habits, and _I_ must take care to unform them.

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  • Petrea had great desire to unform it, particularly for the approaching festivities.

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