- simple past tense and past participle of unthink.
Origin of unthought1
- an absence of thought.
Origin of unthought2
- to end one's thought or reverse the process of thought.
- to dispel from the mind: Unthink your thoughts.
Origin of unthink
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Examples from the Web for unthought
Night was as day at such times, and meals were unthought of.A Breath of Prairie and other stories
All this is a later development, unthought of when our artist friend was with us.Lotus Buds
Of relaxation there was little, and recreation was unthought of.
Forgive the transports of a blessing so unexpected, so unhoped for, so unthought of!The Comedies of William Congreve
In other sections, to withhold the sacraments for such a cause is unthought of.Public School Education
- to reverse one's opinion about
- to dispel from the mind
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