verb (past and past participle unbuilt)[with object]
- 1Demolish or destroy (something, especially a building or system).More example sentences
- We now need institutions and policies that will unbuild that.
- Also shown on flat-screen monitors was documentation of a performance, for friends and family back home, in which a wooden model of the mill was built and unbuilt in a single day; participants dressed in period costume.
- 1.1 (as adjective unbuilt) (Of buildings or land) not yet built or built on: a slope of unbuilt landMore example sentences
- 40 projects, both built & unbuilt, from the recent Urban Space by Design competition are included in this exhibition.
- Libeskind apparently makes no distinction between unbuilt and built projects.
- Beyond the original buildings of the center that are still owned by the developer, and which have sustained destination office uses well, the lots designated for live/work developments have remained unbuilt.
More definitions of unbuildDefinition of unbuild in:
- The British & World English dictionary