1. undoing

noun. ['ənˈduːɪŋ'] an act that makes a previous act of no effect (as if not done).


  • policy change
  • about-face
  • reversal


  • modification

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Rhymes with Undoing

  • misconstruing
  • nonaccruing
  • subduing
  • reviewing
  • overdoing
  • eschewing
  • debuting
  • tattooing
  • spewing
  • skewing
  • screwing
  • renewing
  • redoing
  • pursuing
  • outdoing
  • canoeing
  • accruing
  • viewing
  • stewing
  • queuing
  • hewing
  • cuing
  • brewing
  • bluing
  • blueing
  • wooing
  • suing
  • lewing
  • ewing
  • dewing

How do you pronounce undoing?

Pronounce undoing as ənˈduɪŋ.

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Sentences with undoing

1. Verb, gerund or present participle
Detach the thermostat housing next to the engine block by undoing the bolts with a socket wrench.

Quotes about undoing

1. Doing nothing for others is the undoing of ourselves.
- Horace Mann

2. But because truly being here is so much; because everything here apparently needs us, this fleeting world, which in some strange way keeps calling to us. Us, the most fleeting of all. Once for each thing. Just once; no more. And we too, just once. And never again. But to have been this once, completely, even if only once: to have been at one with the earth, seems beyond undoing.
- Rainer Maria Rilke

2. undoing

noun. ['ənˈduːɪŋ'] loosening the ties that fasten something; the untying is easy".


  • loosening
  • unfastening
  • untying


  • affirmation
  • strengthening
  • alteration
  • take-up