undone (adj.) Old form(s): vndon , vndone
ruined, destroyed, brought down
1H4 II.ii.85[First Traveller to all] we are undone ... [Falstaff to Travellers] ... are ye undone?
1H4 V.ii.3.2[Worcester to Vernon] Then are we all undone
2H4 II.i.22[Hostess to Fang and Snare, of Falstaff] I am undone by his going
2H4 III.ii.112[Mouldy to Falstaff, of being conscripted] My old dame will be undone now
AW I.i.83[Helena alone] I am undone: there is no living, none, / If Bertram be away
AW II.iii.265[Bertram to himself] Undone, and forfeited to cares for ever!
AW IV.iii.313[First Soldier to Parolles] You are undone
AW V.iii.146[King reading Diana's letter] a poor maid is undone
Cor I.i.62[First Citizen to Menenius] we are undone already
Cor IV.vi.109[Menenius to all, of Coriolanus] We are all undone unless / The noble man have mercy
Cym IV.ii.123.2[Belarius to Guiderius and Arviragus] We are all undone
MA IV.i.308[Beatrice to Benedick, of Hero] She is wronged, she is slandered, she is undone
MV III.i.114[Tubal to Shylock] Antonio is certainly undone
MW III.iii.90[Mistress Page to Mistress Ford] you're undone for ever
MW IV.ii.38[Mistress Ford to Mistress Page, of Falstaff] I am undone. The knight is here
MW IV.v.84[Host to Bardolph and Falstaff] I am undone!
Oth V.i.54[Cassio to Iago] I am spoiled, undone by villains!
Oth V.ii.77[Desdemona to Othello, of Cassio] he is betrayed, and I undone
RJ III.ii.38[Nurse to Juliet] We are undone, lady, we are undone!
TC III.iii.258[Thersites to Achilles, of Ajax] The man's undone for ever
TG II.v.3[Launce to Speed] a man is never undone till he be hanged
TG IV.i.5[Speed to Valentine] we are undone
Tim IV.iii.484[Flavius to Timon] Ne'er did poor steward wear a truer grief / For his undone lord than mine eyes for you
Tit IV.ii.55[Nurse to Aaron] we are all undone
TS V.i.100[Biondello to Lucentio, of Vincentio] Deny him, forswear him, or else we are all undone
TS V.i.38[Biondello to himself] Mine old master Vincentio! Now we are undone and brought to nothing
TS V.i.59[Vincentio to all] O, I am undone, I am undone!
Ven.783[Adonis to Venus] And then my little heart were quite undone, / In his bedchamber to be barred of rest
WT IV.iv.438.2[Perdita to all] Even here undone!
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