from The Century Dictionary.
- To recall, as what has been told; make as if not told or enumerated.
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- verb transitive To
withdrawor retract(something told); never to have told.
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Once an origin story has been told you can't untell it.
How about this idea, lets bring those jobs back untell freetrade means a even playing field for all.
Nobody except me probably noticed it in the face of that “untell”.
If only I could untell you much of what I told you last time we met , we might be meeting again….
I will love you untell the end of time untell we meet again…gah!
I've used HuffPost to tell otherwise untell-able stories a couple of times in the past.
Doze no soundz likee gud finks … duz da bunneh haf ta sitz inna da sun two longz untell heem iz awl driededed upz?
Up untell now i hatted cats because a cat atacked my dog and gave it a good gash in the ear but your books have tought me that cats are just trying to survive so i love cats and dogs!!
He was thoroughly ashamed of the lie he had told, but he could not untell it.
He Knew He Was Right 2004
Parson Jones descanted upon the doctrine he had mentioned, as illustrated in the perplexities of cotton-growing, and concluded that there would always be "a special proviDENCE again 'cotton untell folks quits a-pressin' of it and haulin 'of it on Sundays!"
Short Stories for English Courses Rosa Mary Redding [Editor] Mikels