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  • noun Plural form of unmaker.


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  • As I am a great disciplinarian, I have just issued an edict for the abolition of caps; no hair to be cut on any pretext; stays permitted, but not too low before; full uniform always in the evening; Lucinda to be commander -- 'vice' the present, about to be wedded ( 'mem'. she is 35 with a flat face and a squeaking voice), of all the makers and unmakers of beds in the household.

    The Works of Lord Byron: Letters and Journals. Vol. 2 George Gordon Byron Byron 1806

  • Henry the Seventh bestowed on the commons, and the stratagems he employed to reduce the power of those barons who had been the makers and unmakers of Kings, had, during the course of five reigns, created a new order of men, whose power and influence in the commonwealth were yet unknown to the advisers of the crown.

    The Loyalists, Vol. 1-3 An Historical Novel Jane West 1805


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