Unsee vs. Unseen - What's the difference?

Wiktionary

  • Unsee (verb)

    To undo the act of seeing something; to erase the memory of having seen something, or otherwise reverse the effect of having seen something.

Oxford Dictionary

  • Unsee (verb)

    erase the memory of or no longer register (something unpleasant or distasteful that one has seen or noticed)

    "when you realize that she bleached her eyebrows, you really can't unsee it"

    "there's a certain photo of him in a shiny tux with green suede loafers that sadly I can't unsee"

  • Unseen (adjective)

    not seen or noticed

    "it seemed she might escape unseen"

  • Unseen (adjective)

    not foreseen or predicted

    "unseen problems"

  • Unseen (adjective)

    (of a passage for translation in a test or examination) not previously read or prepared.

  • Unseen (noun)

    an unseen passage for translation

    "Latin unseens"

Webster Dictionary

  • Unseen (adjective)

    Not seen or discovered.

  • Unseen (adjective)

    Unskilled; inexperienced.

Princeton's WordNet

  • Unseen (noun)

    a belief that there is a realm controlled by a divine spirit

  • Unseen (adjective)

    not seen or perceived;

    "unseen natural resources"

  • Unseen (adjective)

    not observed

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