1. to not accomplish. 2. an active effort which results in failure, usually through ineptitude or incompetence.
Provenance: "What's left for them Bush Administration to -- decomplish, if you will." - John Stewart, The Daily Show, 2008-09-23
by Byron Jones September 25, 2008
The art of "unaccomplishing" something.
"It really amazes me all of the things that this administration was able to "decomplish" in so little time.
by pseudonymity September 24, 2008
The act of undoing someone else's accomplishment.
Is there anything left for this administration to "decomplish"?
by politiclone September 26, 2008
The opposite of accomplish, to fail, and reverse effects
yo boyeee.. I cant believe that tommy decomplish all the work I did cleaning up the party. Its like he trashed the place all over again
by mrbadssRB September 24, 2008