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un- +‎ abort


unabort (third-person singular simple present unaborts, present participle unaborting, simple past and past participle unaborted)

  1. (neologism, Internet, rare) To undo an abortion.
    • 1998 January 7, Mr. Nobody, “Re: Building a Consensus Group:”, in alt.abortion, Usenet[1], message-ID <34B34AA1.23F@toot-toot.com>:
      Well, she can't unabort that baby.
    • 1999 March 21, hereticfromsf <hereticfromsf@my-dejanews.com>, “Re: Post Abortion Stress Syndrome (pro-lie disinformation)”, in alt.abortion, Usenet[2], message-ID <7d3t5h$77s$1@nnrp1.dejanews.com>:
      She can't unabort, and trying to blame a previous abortion is rather like blaming illness on that old lady next door cursing you.
    • 2004 September 10, The Lone Weasel, “Re: Bush Piloted Guard Training Jets Just Before Disappearance”, in talk.politics.guns, Usenet[3], message-ID <Xns9560B474C36Eloneweaselyahooco@>:
      He was practicing aborting his pilot training, but then he really did abort! By then it was too late to unabort, eh Herbot?