Unmade vs Unmake - What's the difference?

unmade | unmake |


As verbs the difference between unmade and unmake

is that unmade is (unmake) while unmake is (euphemistic) to destroy; to cause (a made article) to lose its nature.

As an adjective unmade

is not (yet) made.

unmade

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • not (yet) made
  • existing without having been made
  • Quotations

    * 1965 , Frederic Morton, The Schatten Affair , page 180 *: On the most unmade bed imaginable sat two older Jewish men, both with black coats folded across their knees, bent close to each other […]. * 1980 , Blackwood's Magazine , page 505 *: [E]ven when it turned off the unmade road and went steeply upwards along an even more unmade track, I was still exhilarated […]. * 2005 , Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka, Human Creation Between Reality and Illusion , page 162 *: Even in the most unmade forms of art. one could discern an epistemology of art that is assumed on the same productivist parameters.

    Verb

    (head)
  • (unmake)
  • References

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    unmake

    English

    Verb

  • (euphemistic) To destroy; to cause (a made article) to lose its nature.
  • Synonyms

    * (euphemistic) to uncreate