unbid

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English[edit]

Adjective[edit]

unbid (not comparable)

  1. unbidden, uninvited.
  2. (bridge) Which have not been bid for.

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Verb[edit]

unbid (third-person singular simple present unbids, present participle unbidding, simple past unbid, past participle unbid or unbidden)

  1. To undo the process of bidding; to cancel a bid.

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