"As the weather-cock makes and unmakes the wind," said Sir John, with a smile.
We have seen how our Reviewer makes, let us now see how he unmakes, history.
It makes itself or it unmakes itself, but it is never something made.
In its affinity for the thief there is at least this compensation that, as it makes, it also unmakes him.
He proposes that the word "unmakes" should be substituted for "can make."
I imagined a couple in her image, for it is the woman who makes or unmakes the couple.
She also makes and unmakes lakes and rivers, to say nothing of oceans and continents.
Who makes and unmakes cities and empires and republics to-day?
He makes and unmakes senators—this Warwick; but he's afraid of a girl.
She makes and unmakes many worlds, and can draw the moon from heaven with a scarlet thread.