[ UK /ʌndˈʌn/ ]
[ US /ənˈdən/ ]
  1. not fastened or tied or secured
    his shoelaces were undone
    her blouse had come undone at the neck
  2. thrown into a state of disorganization or incoherence
    price programs became unstuck because little grain was available
  3. not done
    the work could be done or undone and nobody cared
  4. doomed to extinction
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How To Use undone In A Sentence

  • What is done cannot be undone
  • The shirt was that little bit too pink, there was one button too many left carefully-casually undone and the tan was a shade and a half too dark.
  • I observed his verdant chest hair because he had left the top two buttons of his shirt undone. Times, Sunday Times
  • Punch investors are worried it will be undone by its huge debt pile and its fruitless attempt to stem the tide of drinking at home. Times, Sunday Times
  • A poll showed 75 per cent of men often go out with three buttons undone on their shirts. The Sun
  • Nought is left undone but the inearthing of the dead.
  • In the election of a wife, as in a project of war, to err but once is to be undone for ever. 
  • Only the outline has been cut out and then something happened, leaving the work forever undone.
  • My errand will remain undone for another day, milk stockpiling and likely to go to waste in the fridge for a lack of freezer bags, check undeposited. Stockholm Syndrome Would Be Welcome
  • Another benefit is that any spell can be un-cast, any effect can be undone.
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