annul

[ uh-nuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF annul

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You ought to annul the debt by paying small sums on account.

Then the State has clothed one of its agents with power to annul or evade it.

He was, therefore, competent to annul virtually a penal statute.

"I find no fault; but I annul the contract," said my father.

For no man's law, no vow, can annul the commandment and ordinance of God.

But as no law of man can annul the commandment of God, so neither can it be done by any vow.

Therefore, July 7, Talleyrand moved to annul the instructions.

They must give us more men, though, or we will have to annul half the daily trains.

The priest threatened to destroy the paper and to annul the ceremony.

Ever since he had given those instructions he had been tempted to annul them.

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