Definitions

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  • verb To undo the process of listing; to remove something from a list.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I was tempted to unlist and hang one of my Superhero recycled comic book portraits, but instead decided to duplicate it in colours matching my existing decor a little better... and within a few hours, a blank piece of paper and some shards of former comic books became one, and now adorn my bedroom wall, which until now had been bare far too long.

    Custom order

  • I'm going to unlist my number so that damn leprechaun will stop calling me.

    Every Breath You Take...

  • I actually had to unlist one of my Mocha Latte drink mixes because it was so yummy I couldn't stop drinking it!

    Hot Drinks for the Cold Days to Come

  • I actually had to unlist one of my Mocha Latte drink mixes because it was so yummy I couldn't stop drinking it!

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • Surely there must be a way to forge such notices and cause google to unlist parts of the german government!

    Boing Boing: December 18, 2005 - December 24, 2005 Archives

  • We should not need to unlist our telephone numbers to enjoy peace and privacy and to be protected from those who want us to buy products that are advertised as available in far too many other places as it is.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • We should not need to unlist our telephone numbers to enjoy peace and privacy and to be protected from those who want us to buy products that are advertised as available in far too many other places as it is.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • We should not need to unlist our telephone numbers to enjoy peace and privacy and to be protected from those who want us to buy products that are advertised as available in far too many other places as it is.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • We should not need to unlist our telephone numbers to enjoy peace and privacy and to be protected from those who want us to buy products that are advertised as available in far too many other places as it is.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Bill Clinton said in 1992 that he would not allow a weakening of the endangered species act, yet he signed an appropriations bill in 1994 that prohibits any funds to be used to unlist or list any species under the endangered species act.

    Acceptance Speech

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