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

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INVALIDATES

The consequence is an ethical neutrality which invalidates the moral will.

Well, at present I know nothing that invalidates that belief.

In our estimation, this divergence of opinion confirms rather than invalidates the existence of this people.

The great error, which appears on every page of Mr. Spencer's book and invalidates all his conclusions, shows itself fully here.

The twelfth study of Op. 10 (composed in September, 1831) invalidates all she says about fire, passion, and rushing torrents.

And, besides, we have similar displays recorded in other months, which invalidates the theory of a regularly-recurring phenomenon.

Whether natural law not only prohibits certain actions, but invalidates them when done; 13.

The doctrines of Scripture are so linked together that the rejection of one invalidates the others.

The table, however, invalidates the current notion that all the so-called savage races are in a state of decrease.

Civil law calls this kind of thing compulsion and decrees that it invalidates any contract.