Annul [verb]

Definition of Annul:

void an agreement

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Sentence/Example of Annul:

The seven godmothers could modify, but could not annul Alcuine's decree, and thus the fate of the Princess was determined.

You see that we may arrive at the point I spoke of, my son, and prolong life since we can annul death?

The application of it would at once annul the Fugitive Slave Act, and abolish slavery.

We must overthrow all order, suppress all laws, annul all power, and leave the people in anarchy.

The Austrian demand that Victor Emmanuel should annul the liberal constitution granted by his father was unconditionally refused.

You are just agreeable enough to annul her puerile fascination, yet not interesting enough to involve her in any new danger.'

Davies, I very well knew, was under exactly the opposite spell—a spell which even the reproach of the tow-rope could not annul.

I will annul your orders—the usual payments being made to Holy Church.

At length, they were informed of the important fact, and immediately determined to annul it.

President Lincoln regretted the arrest, but felt it imprudent to annul the action of the general and the military tribunal.