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What is another word for undone?

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Adjective
Not done or completed
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“Out here, an undone chore is like a slow leak in a life raft, it threatens the stability of everything.”
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Not fastened, zipped or tied up
“Dindi noticed that his fly was undone and tried to stifle a giggle.”
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(of a person) Ruined by a disastrous or devastating setback or reverse
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“He felt completely undone knowing that they disapproved of him.”
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Not fully cooked
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Disconnected and not attached to anything
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Not having all the necessary or appropriate parts
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Feeling rather upset, bothered or distressed
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Feeling confused mentally
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Unable to pay debts owed
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Without hope of recovery
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Past participle for to unfasten something tied, fastened, or fixed in place
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“As he passed through the doorway and entered the vestibule, he carelessly tossed his hat to the coat rack beside the door and then proceeded to loosen his cravat and undo the buttons of his jacket.”
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Past participle for to cancel or reverse an action or its effects
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“Once a course of action is settled on, it is so difficult to undo the momentum of the action and its direction.”
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Past participle for to open or spread out, such as from a folded state or position
“Right there, among those stacks and stacks of paper, you undo the sheets wrapped around him like one long bandage, slowly.”
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Past participle for to cause the downfall or ruin of
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“It was his craving for status that was eventually to help undo him.”
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(rare) Past participle for to bother or cause unease to one's mental or emotional state
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“Will you not leave your prating, you would undo me, you are called Godliness, but that is not your name, you are, I understand, a factious fellow, and your name is Stubbornness, alias Singularity, alias Sedition.”
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Past participle for to disconnect or detach one thing from another
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Past participle for to be victorious over
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Past participle for to let (edited material) stand, or remain as it was
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Past participle for to take off, especially one's clothes or garments
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Past participle for to remove goods from (a vehicle, ship, container, etc.)
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Past participle for to dismantle something into its component pieces
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Past participle for to make a way through, or into, with physical strength
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