invalidate[ in-val-i-deyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF invalidate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INVALIDATE
Oh, tell me that the name of wife does not invalidate the claims of love!
The most one can do in this line is to invalidate the arguments for eternity.
The fables that have grown around the memory of the hero do not invalidate the pedigree.
To say that they have been products of evolution is not to invalidate them.
There are some passages in the New Testament which seem to invalidate this truth.
A slight deviation from this form will not invalidate the publication.
Those ought not to doubt the evidence who cannot invalidate it.
I could not get over the statement, however, that it did not invalidate the copyright.
The production of a play under any other than its copyrighted title should invalidate the copyright.
Now the question is, How these must be known and received by us so as not to invalidate our faith?