Un Doing

Pronunciation of Un Doing
/ˈʌn dˈuːɪŋ/, /ˈʌn dˈuːɪŋ/, /ˈʌ_n d_ˈuː_ɪ_ŋ/

Antonyms for un doing:

engage, disarrange, good, credit, establish, purify, allowance, sew, attach, cheer, couple, enforce, encouragement, blessing, yielding, repair, certainty, buckle, check, allow, boost, punish, bind, link, make happy, agree, surrender, entwine, revive, validation, creation, ignore, compose, join, clarify, restrain, tie, morality, shorten, place, misunderstand, release, kill, pass, accuracy, clothe, clasp, arrangement, build, ascent, append, benefit, be indifferent, hurt, blame, sentence, free, contentment, prosperity, strengthen, clear up, bear, peace, close up, confirmation, rebuild, keep, gain, schedule, validate, fill, please, plenty, forfeit, reserve, button, question, correction, imbalance, ratify, imprison, permission, praise, build-up, assistance, revalidate, birth, abridge, stagnate, mend, happiness, straighten, health, marry, sanction, explain, fix, miracle, honor, retain, enact, neglect, restoration, soothe, lower, unite, confirm, lessen, inspirit, sanctify, untwist, assist, construction, twist, end, bury, injure, open, detain, development, clean, legalize, lose, truth, institute, affirm, mix, reparation, tangle, enlighten, need, desegregate, grow, burden, good fortune, fortune, suppress, give birth, withhold, promotion, set up, support, limit, protect, delight, initiate, growth, shut, encourage, add, damn, DO, meet, block, convince, carriage, commence, save, fasten, go along, help, finish, wonder, exclude, gather, persuade, pleasure, shrink, confine, maintain, comfort, employ, perfection, enactment, convict, prove, knot, abet, enhance, ornament, let go, accomplishment, tighten, hook, boon, attainment, improve, entangle, close, raise, joy, win, establishment, collect, respect, hold, associate, quiet, approval, give up, achievement, decorate, improvement, adorn, restrict, embellish, conceal, condemn, put together, fold, compel, contract, strength, fail, start, building, retention, calm, approve, victory, prevent, relief, permit, zip, hire, uphold, promote, advantage, conclude, construct, lack, pack, restore, favor, Doing, continue, assemble, hinder, order, beautify, elevation, rise, begin, connect, stop, success, wrap, preserve, stay, create, produce, make well, incriminate, disorganize, go ahead, hitch, wind, incarcerate, good luck, secrete, combine, aid, harm, triumph, charge, balance, want, load, cover, profit, secure, wait, hide, corroborate, arrange, increase, yield, endorse, tip, enslave.

Synonyms for un doing:

annulment (noun)

abatement, abolition, abrogation, annihilation, breakup, cancellation, deletion, discharge, dissolution, invalidation, negation, neutralization, nullification, obliteration, recall, repeal, rescission, retraction, revocation, split, split up, undoing, vitiation, voiding, Erasing, Rescinding, Rescindment, Countermanding, dedomiciling, going phfft.

bane (noun)

burden, despair, destruction, disaster, misery, nuisance, pest, plague, poison, scourge, torment, venom, woe, bête noir, fatal attraction.

cancellation (noun)

abandonment, annulment, dissolving, elimination, invalidating, repudiation, retirement, withdrawing, Abandoning, Abolishing, Canceling, Overruling, Quashing, Retracting, Reversing, Revoking, recalling.

collapse (noun)

bankruptcy, cataclysm, conk out, crash, debacle, disintegration, disorganization, disruption, exhaustion, faint, flop, prostration, ruining, subsidence, smashup, crackup, basket case, cave-in.

comedown (noun)

anticlimax, comeuppance, cropper, decline, deflation, demotion, descent, disappointment, discomfiture, dive, down, fall, setback, pratfall.

destruction (noun)

carnage, crashing, crushing, end, eradication, extermination, extinction, extinguishing, extirpation, havoc, liquidation, loss, massacre, ravaging, sacking, shattering, slaughter, slaying, subjugation, wreckage, wrecking, Assassinating, Disintegrating, Disrupting, Subverting, murder.

disaster (noun)

act of god, bale, bust, collision, depression, emergency, exigency, fiasco, flood, harm, hazard, holocaust, hot water, ill luck, misfortune, rock, rough, tragedy, washout, hard luck, bad news, stroke, fell stroke, the worst.

discomfiture (noun)

abashment, agitation, beating, chagrin, comedown, confusion, conquest, demoralization, discomposure, disconcertion, disconcertment, disquiet, perturbation, rout, unease, uneasiness, vexation, Defeasance, Vanquishment.

downfall (noun)

atrophy, breakdown, cloudburst, decadence, declension, degeneracy, degeneration, deluge, deterioration, devolution, drop, storm, on the rocks, road to ruin, the skids, rack and ruin.

liquidation (noun)


loss (noun)

bereavement, cost, damage, death, debit, debt, deficiency, depletion, deprivation, destitution, detriment, disadvantage, disappearance, dispossession, fatality, forfeiture, hurt, impairment, injury, losing, need, perdition, privation, retardation, sacrifice, shrinkage, squandering, want, waste, Mislaying, Misplacing.

miscarriage (noun)

abortion, botch, interruption, malfunction, misfire, miss, mistake, perversion, nonsuccess.

ruin (noun)

bath, decay, demolition, dilapidation, disrepair, downgrade, insolvency, nemesis, waterloo, Crumbling, skids, the end.

ruination (noun)

bankrupt, beggar, clean out, crush, deface, defile, deplete, deplore, desecrate, despoil, devastation, devour, dilapidate, disfigure, do in, drain, exhaust, fleece, maim, mangle, mutilate, overwhelm, pauperize, pillage, ravish, reduce, sack, total, use up, wrecker, Depredate, lay waste, rape, make a mess of, bring to ruin, spoilate, wreak havoc on.

undoing (noun)

accident, adversity, affliction, bad luck, bane, blight, blow, blunder, calamity, casualty, catastrophe, collapse, curse, defeat, destroyer, difficulty, disgrace, doom, downfall, error, failure, fault, faux pas, flaw, fumble, grief, humiliation, last straw, misadventure, miscalculation, mischance, mishap, misstep, omission, overthrow, overturn, reversal, reverse, ruin, ruination, shame, slip, smash, stumble, subversion, trial, trip, trouble, visitation, weakness, wreck, bad omen.

abolish (verb)

call off, disestablish, dissolve, eradicate, erase, expunge, extinguish, extirpate, finish, inhibit, invalidate, nix, nullify, obliterate, prohibit, repudiate, rescind, revoke, scrub, squelch, stamp out, supersede, suppress, terminate, undo, vacate, void, zap, kill, put an end to, put the kibosh on, set aside, put kibosh on.

abrogate (verb)

finish off, reject, renege, retract, torpedo, knock out.

annihilate (verb)

exterminate, liquidate, quell, root out, rub out, take out, blot out.

annul (verb)

countermand, declare, delete, efface, get off the hook, render null and void.

cancel (verb)

abort, ax, black out, break off, cross out, cut, do away with, eliminate, off, omit, remove, scratch out, sink, squash, strike out, trash, trim, wash out, go back on one's word, render invalid, stamp across, wipe slate clean, x-out.

checkmate (verb)

corner, gain, stop, triumph, vanquish.

countervail (verb)

make up for.

defeat (verb)

baffle, balk, beat down, blank, block, bury, cast down, checkmate, circumvent, confound, contravene, cook, counterplot, cross, disappoint, discomfit, disconcert, disprove, foil, nonplus, nose out, outwit, puzzle, refute, scuttle, shave, shellac, skunk, stump, subdue, subjugate, surmount, thwart, victimize, edge out, beat the system, cause setback, put end to, take wind out of sails, throw for loop.

demolish (verb)

bulldoze, burst, devastate, dismantle, eat, flatten, gobble up, level, pulverize, put away, take apart, tear down, wax, crack, knock down, put in toilet, wipe off map.

disconcert (verb)

abash, agitate, bewilder, bug, demoralize, disarrange, discombobulate, discompose, discountenance, disturb, embarrass, faze, fluster, frustrate, get to, hinder, perplex, perturb, rattle, ruffle, take aback, unbalance, worry, put off, foul up, psych out, throw off balance, upset apple cart.

disengage (verb)

abstract, back off, back out, detach, disassociate, disconnect, disjoin, dissociate, disunite, divide, drop out, ease, extricate, liberate, opt out, pull the plug, separate, set free, uncouple, withdraw, cut out, cut loose, weasel out.

disentangle (verb)

clear up, disembroil, disencumber, disinvolve, emancipate, expand, let go, open, part, resolve, sever, simplify, sort out, sunder, unbraid, unfold, unscramble, unsnarl, untangle, untwine, untwist, work out, Discumber, let off, bail one out.

dismantle (verb)

bare, break down, denudate, denude, deprive, disassemble, dismember, dismount, disrobe, divest, fell, pull down, strike, strip, take down, Unrig, break up, take to pieces, part out.

divide (verb)

bisect, branch, carve, chop, cleave, demarcate, dichotomize, dislocate, dissect, dissever, divorce, halve, intersect, isolate, partition, pull away, quarter, rend, rupture, section, segment, segregate, shear, subdivide, tear, Abscind, cut up.

force (verb)

assault, blast, break open, extort, jimmy, propel, pry, push, squeeze, thrust, twist, violate, wrench, wrest, wring, break in, crack open, bust open.

free (verb)

absolve, acquit, bail, bail out, clear, decontaminate, deliver, demobilize, disembarrass, dismiss, empty, enfranchise, excuse, exempt, let loose, let out, manumit, pardon, parole, ransom, redeem, relieve, reprieve, rescue, rid, save, spring, unburden, unchain, unleash, unload, unpack, Disenthrall, Uncage, Unfetter, Unlade, Unshackle, turn out, cast off, turn loose, disimprison, let off the hook, put on the street.

have (verb)

buy off, deceive, dupe, fix, fool, swindle, take in, tamper with.

invalidate (verb)

counteract, counterbalance, discredit, disqualify, impair, negative, overrule, unfit, weaken, Circumduct, Disannul, shoot full of holes, blow sky-high.

lay to rest (verb)

entomb, inter, lay in the grave, bring to a close, put six feet under, hold a funeral, put to rest.

loose/loosen (verb)

alleviate, ease off, mitigate, relax, slacken, unbar, unbolt, unbuckle, unclasp, unhitch, unhook, unlace, unlash, unpin, unscrew, unstrap, Unlatch, Unstick, Untighten, become unfastened, unsnap, work free, work loose.

loosen (verb)


negate (verb)

belie, blackball, break with, cancel out, controvert, countercheck, deny, ding, disallow, dump, gainsay, impugn, oppose, rebut, redress, stonewall, traverse, turn down, turn thumbs down, Disaffirm, put down, fly in the face of.

neutralize (verb)

balance, conquer, counterpoise, countervail, overcome, override, compensate for.

nullify (verb)

compensate, confine, limit, restrict, scratch, veto, forget it, blue pencil, call all bets off, nig, renig.

open (verb)

break out, broach, come apart, disclose, display, disrupt, fissure, gap, gape, kick in, lacerate, lance, penetrate, perforate, pierce, pop, puncture, reveal, slit, slot, tap, unclothe, uncork, uncover, unfurl, unroll, unseal, vent, ventilate, yawn, yawp, hole, bust in, throw wide.

quash (verb)

bottle up, cork up, hush up, shut down, watergate, declare null and void, put the lid on, crack down on, clamp down on, put damper on.

raze (verb)

batter, bomb, capsize, dynamite, mow down, scatter, spill, tear up, topple, unmake, throw down, blow down.

release (verb)

commute, dispense, exculpate, exonerate, give off, give out, issue, leak, open up, surrender, yield, cast loose, go easy on, let up on, set at large, set loose, let off steam.

reverse (verb)

alter, backpedal, backtrack, convert, double back, flip-flop, lift, modify, turn around, turn the tables, Overset.

separate (verb)

come away, disjoint, distribute, Uncombine, come between.

split up (verb)

disband, group, rope off, seclude, sort, stand between, part company, go separate ways.

spoil (verb)

blemish, debase, desolate, muck up, plunder, prejudice, ravage, tarnish, mess up, Spoliate, make useless.

sunder (verb)

break apart, slice, cut in two, wedge apart.

turn (verb)

derange, disgust, disorder, nauseate, revolt, unhinge, make one sick.

unbuckle (verb)


undo (verb)

abate, abolish, abrogate, annihilate, annul, break, bring down, cancel, cramp, craze, crimp, decimate, demolish, destroy, disengage, disentangle, free, have, impoverish, injure, loose, loosen, mar, negate, neutralize, offset, outfox, outmaneuver, outsmart, overreach, quash, raze, release, screw up, shatter, skin, spoil, stymie, subvert, unbind, unblock, unbutton, undermine, unfasten, unlock, unloose, unloosen, unravel, unsettle, untie, unwrap, upset, vitiate, wipe out, wrack, Unbuild, Unclose, Unfix, Unshut, Unstop, queer, bring to naught, make waves.

unfold (verb)

extend, fan, fan out, outspread, spread, straighten, stretch out, unbend, uncoil, uncurl, unwind, Outstretch, shake out, reel out, uncrease.

unlock (verb)

decipher, open the door.

unravel (verb)

ravel, solve, straighten out.

untie (verb)


unwrap (verb)

husk, peel, shuck.

vitiate (verb)


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