verb (used with object), un·did [uhn-did], /ʌnˈdɪd/, un·done [uhn-duhn], /ʌnˈdʌn/, un·do·ing.
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Origin of undo
OTHER WORDS FROM undoun·do·a·ble, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH undoundo , undue
Example sentences from the Web for undo
Through 50 seasons, the Los Angeles Clippers have tended to come undone at the worst possible times.
California voters re-elected many of the state’s legislators last week but undid some of the Legislature’s most high-profile recent work.Morning Report: What Women Candidates and Officeholders Face|Voice of San Diego|November 9, 2020|Voice of San Diego
As in some recent losses, Washington’s mistakes snowballed until the team began to undo some of the damage.Washington loses Kyle Allen to injury, and Alex Smith’s comeback bid vs. Giants falls short|Nicki Jhabvala|November 8, 2020|Washington Post
Many legislators might have kept their jobs, but voters undid some of the Legislature’s most high-profile recent work, and rejected an effort led by some of its most high-profile leaders.
A decade after President Barack Obama signed the ACA into law, Republicans are still trying to undo it, including in a court case heading to the Supreme Court a week after the election.
This trait ennobles the U.S. military, but also makes it highly vulnerable to taking on undoable tasks.
The dirty fist in the young surgeon's pocket was obliged to undoable itself, and come out of its ambush disarmed.The History of Pendennis|William Makepeace Thackeray