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  • noun The quality of being undone.


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undone +‎ -ness


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  • I am usually pretty good at living with undoneness, but it's all a bit much lately.

    One Bright Star (1B*) Reignited 2006

  • I have twice the mosquito bites, I empathize, but his undoneness exhausts me.

    cafemama 2010

  • Chicago Spire could be a symbol of what has happened in real estate construction in general over the past year or so -- an ambitious project full of promise and hope, left lingering in a state of undoneness due to the economic shift.

    Luxist 2009

  • Her barely there makeup took almost an hour to apply and she’d arranged her hair in an upswept ’do that required forty-five minutes of concentration as she created an off-center part, gathered her hair tightly into place, and then strategically released strands of hair, allowing the tresses to dangle, successfully pulling off the impression of whimsical undoneness that was both capricious and exceedingly sexy.

    Pure Paradise Allison Hobbs 2009


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