"A lot of unlearning needs to be done with the Facebook stuff," says Romero.
Those of us who are worth anything spend our manhood in unlearning the follies or expiating the mistakes of our youth.
Decidedly, she was pressing too hard: unlearning his arts already!
Dediscit animus sero quod didicit diu—The mind is slow in unlearning what it has been long learning.
Maybe that's easier than the unlearning of the 'almost-right' that people like me have to do.
And the humdrum drudging of a schoolboy, in learning and unlearning, is but the easing the wheels of his ignorant brain.
There should be no unlearning in the course of an education nor any expenditure of time on that which has no permanent value.
The unlearning of it is the first lesson which those who would either administrate or resist the French should learn.
Remember that unlearning gives much more trouble than learning.
It is nothing but unlearning, I find now; five thousand books to unlearn.
learning learn·ing (lûr'nĭng)
The act, process, or experience of gaining knowledge or skill.
Knowledge or skill gained through schooling or study.
Behavioral modification especially through experience or conditioning.