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  • v. To cause to be unbegotten or unborn, or as if unbegotten or unborn.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • transitive v. To cause to be unbegotten or unborn, or as if unbegotten or unborn.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To treat as if unbegotten.


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un- +‎ get


  • She was so hard, and so more than usually cynical and unget-at-able.

    Dangerous Ages

  • The house is not worth much; it is in an unget-at-able part of Norfolk, in the sandy district towards the sea -- the man spoke as if I knew where that was, but I don't -- and the garden and field are not fertile.

    The Good Comrade

  • The Griegs live in the most unget-at-able place that you can imagine, because he does not want any one to get at him.

    The Sunny Side of Diplomatic Life, 1875-1912

  • Had Molly not known, for a fact, that all their lesson books were unget-at-ably packed up, she would certainly have suspected Ralph of a sly peep at Mrs. Markham, just on purpose "to set Sylvia down."

    Grandmother Dear A Book for Boys and Girls

  • For it could not help bringing up the unget-aroundable fact that, all gentle cant and philosophizing to the contrary notwithstanding, no people in the world ever did achieve their freedom by goody-goody talk and moral suasion: it being immutable law that all revolutions that will succeed must

    A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, Part 4.

  • When you tell me that an estate is now of small value to its life-owner and unget-at-able for any public purposes, in consequence of a will made by a man who died twenty years ago, it appears to me that you shew me convincingly that we have not Free

    Speculations from Political Economy

  • Anthony the son, had to address Captain Absolute the father, in the words of the dramatist: "I'll disown you; I'll unget you; I'll never call you Jack again!" the humour of the situation appealed too strongly to the audience, and more laughter than Sheridan had ever contemplated was stirred by the scene.

    A Book of the Play Studies and Illustrations of Histrionic Story, Life, and Character

  • -- I'll disown you, I'll disinherit you, I'll unget you! and damn me! if ever I call you Jack again!

    The Rivals A Comedy

  • Tobias Buckell - I think Trantor is fascinating because it posited the planet-wide city with only a small central park near the emperor's palace, it's such an eyeball kick that once you get it you can't unget it.


  • My desire was only to startle thee and Hilda, and before I thought what thou wert talking of the thing was out, and now I have got it I cannot unget it. "

    Erling the Bold


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