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  • v. To undo or destroy (work previously done).

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • transitive v. To undo or destroy, as work previously done.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To undo.


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un- +‎ work


  • Of course, what the computer hath wrought, the computer can unwork.

    Heard By a Bird

  • If you damage your boss in an unwork related activity, you don't get to complain to your workmates that you have too much to do when you have to cover your bosses workload as well as your own.

    Things you don't get to do

  • SCUM will unwork at a job until fired, then get a new job to unwork at.

    The S.C.U.M. Manifesto

  • SCUM will become members of the unwork force, the fuck-up force; they will get jobs of various kinds an unwork.

    The S.C.U.M. Manifesto

  • SCUM will keep on destroying, looting, fucking-up and killing until the money-work system no longer exists and automation is completely instituted or until enough women co-operate with SCUM to make violence unnecessary to achieve these goals, that is, until enough women either unwork or quit work, start looting, leave men and refuse to obey all laws inappropriate to a truly civilized society.

    The S.C.U.M. Manifesto

  • That comfortable philosophy which modern transcendentalism has but dimly shadowed forth -- that poetic agrarianism, which gives all to each and each to all -- is the real life of this city of unwork.

    The Complete Works of Whittier

  • "Check out this piece that highlights just how unwork ..."


  • By seeking not just to stimulate approaches to capitalizing on the opportunities presented these industries, but to fundamentally affect their future by increased government spending are likely to be unwork - direction, the scale of the impact of the ARRA is potentially able this time around.

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  • "/r I slowly unwork the mystic bindings of your Wildheart Spaulders, apologizing softly for breaking your set bonus"

  • Bring clerics to cleanse the temples, mages to unwork the vestiges of evil magic, and Wildrunners to ward all. "

    Dalamar the Dark


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