unsay[ uhn-sey ]SEE DEFINITION OF unsay
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNSAY
Ray smiled, quite as if he did not think so, but would not unsay it for anything.
She cannot unsay what she said, and I cannot undo what I have done.
She must see him again—now—this minute; hear him unsay that awful thing.
It was now too late to unsay the words, but not too late to mislead his hearers.
Let him unsay it, and choose whether he 'll apologize or not, and I'll treat him accordingly.
You have only to unsay—tell me you have a right to demand it.'
She stumbled a good deal over an attempt to unsay her blunder.
Naomi regretted her words next moment; but it was too late to unsay them.
I have to unsay everything I said in criticism of that lovely poem.
To be able to unsay some heedless word—to undo some reckless deed!