unmade adj : (of a bed) not having the sheets and blankets set in order; "an unmade bed with tangled sheets and blankets" [ant: made]unmake v : deprive of certain characteristics [syn: undo] [ant: do] [also: unmade]unmade See unmake
EtymologyFrom un- + made
- Rhymes: -eɪd
- not (yet) made
- existing without having been made
- 1965, Frederic Morton, The Schatten Affair, page 180
- On the most unmade bed imaginable sat two older Jewish men, both with black coats folded across their knees, bent close to each other […].
- 1980, Blackwood's Magazine, page 505
- [E]ven when it turned off the unmade road and went steeply upwards along an even more unmade track, I was still exhilarated […].
- 2005, Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka, Human Creation Between Reality
and Illusion, page 162
- Even in the most unmade forms of art. one could discern an epistemology of art that is assumed on the same productivist parameters.
- past of unmake
ad-lib, caught napping, caught off balance, caught short, extemporaneous, extemporized, haphazard, hasty, impromptu, improvised, makeshift, precipitate, rough-and-ready, snap, surprised, taken aback, taken by surprise, taken unawares, tripped up, unarranged, unbegotten, unbegun, unborn, unconceived, unconcocted, uncontrived, uncreated, undeliberated, undevised, unhatched, unmanufactured, unorganized, unplanned, unpremeditated, unprepared, unprimed, unproduced, unready, unstudied