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Important gun legislation has recently been invalidated by federal appellate judges in Illinois and California.

The Supreme Court reversed the ruling and invalidated the Virginia law—and federal law generally prohibits racial discrimination.

The opinion, written by Justice Scalia, invalidated an Arizona law making it harder to register.

The court just invalidated the way the FCC tried to make Net Neutrality rules in a 2010 order.

But they did not then sue the Bush administration and try to take the thing to the Supreme Court and get it invalidated.

A failure to properly train her attention here, and the whole of her after-work is invalidated.

Thus the argument derived from the Mohegan instance of the Turtle phratry is invalidated by the opposite and more numerous facts.

If the life of Diomde is overdone and done badly in modern Paris, the wisdom of the book is not thereby invalidated.

A second marriage cannot invalidate the first, though it may itself be altogether invalidated.

Your estimate of the papa's sensibilities is a good reason until it is invalidated.


On this page you'll find 45 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to invalidated, such as: impair, annul, revoke, undo, abolish, and nullify.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.