Origin of undo
OTHER WORDS FROM undoun·do·a·ble, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH undoundo , undue
How to use undo in a sentence
As reporters reveled largely in the jolly questions of who done it and who undone it, internet basements simmered with scolding.Who's Really to Blame for the Monolith Shitshow|Mark Sundeen|December 4, 2020|Outside Online
We have spent years now trying to undo the damage of products like this, seeking out whole ingredients and foods that our grandparents would have considered suitable for the table.The McRib is back at McDonald’s, and after a taste, I still don’t get its cult appeal|Tim Carman|December 3, 2020|Washington Post
Tabb says that such changes, along with fierce competition, may eventually even lead brokerages to reimpose commissions, undoing the era that Robinhood ushered in.Robinhood’s next adventure: Stealing market share from the rich|Jeff|December 3, 2020|Fortune
In November, voters rejected an effort to undo another piece of Wilson’s legacy.San Diego’s Pete Wilson Statue Is Back|Sara Libby|December 2, 2020|Voice of San Diego
Long gone are the days of tangled up wires that take forever to undo.Best wireless headphones: Five things to consider|Carsen Joenk|November 25, 2020|Popular-Science
It undoes some of the progress made after 9/11 to push information out of agency silos and share it widely across the government.WikiLeaks’ Harmful New Dump|P.J. Crowley|August 31, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Then Yvette, who is married to an older intellectual, undoes her skirt and waits for Salim in his bed.Naipaul's Art of Darkness|Amitava Kumar|December 26, 2008|DAILY BEAST
Every gain on the wrong side undoes the effect of many conquests on the right.Your Mind and How to Use It|William Walker Atkinson
It undoes in a moment all that we have accomplished in a long while.Health Through Will Power|James J. Walsh
Then he goes to the tent, undoes a hook, and again stands gazing over the sea; then turns round, and resumes his walk as before.
Again the man on the watch arrests his steps; he undoes another hook in the tent.
But now let us wait and see what this winter does or undoes—while God does His part for good, as we know.The Letters of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett, Vol. 1 (of 2) 1845-1846|Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett