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synonyms for null

  • ineffective
  • inoperative
  • invalid
  • unreal
  • worthless
  • bad
  • barren
  • imaginary
  • negative
  • nothing
  • void
  • absent
  • characterless
  • inefficacious
  • nonexistent
  • null and void
  • powerless
  • unavailing
  • unsanctioned
  • useless
  • vain
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antonyms for null

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  • worthwhile
  • worthy
  • filled
  • full
  • good
  • profitable
  • true
  • effective
  • effectual
  • valid
  • valuable
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How to use null in a sentence

To test that, we also should consider a null hypothesis — one that states there’s no effect of a tea cozy.
GETTING COZY WITH A SCIENCE EXPERIMENTBETHANY BROOKSHIREAPRIL 13, 2021SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
After all those nights spent scanning, weekends in the library learning a new programming language, and hours trouble shooting the experimental setup, I had hoped we would see a novel outcome—but this was a null result, a dud.
THE TROUBLE WITH BRAIN SCANS - ISSUE 98: MINDKELSEY ICHIKAWAMARCH 31, 2021NAUTILUS
If an fMRI study ends up with a null or lackluster result, you can’t always go back and run another version of the study.
THE TROUBLE WITH BRAIN SCANS - ISSUE 98: MINDKELSEY ICHIKAWAMARCH 31, 2021NAUTILUS
It contained the write-up of my fMRI experiment, including the null result and future directions for other analysis.
THE TROUBLE WITH BRAIN SCANS - ISSUE 98: MINDKELSEY ICHIKAWAMARCH 31, 2021NAUTILUS
Instead, statisticians tend to start with what they call a null hypothesis.
EXPLAINER: WHAT IS STATISTICS?RACHEL CROWELLMARCH 23, 2021SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
When faced with events that seem connected, they first assume that the null hypothesis — no connection — is true.
WHAT THE MUMMY’S CURSE REVEALS ABOUT YOUR BRAINKATHRYN HULICKJANUARY 14, 2021SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
It also declared the acts of any partnership into which such spiritual person had been introduced to be null and void.
THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND IN THREE VOLUMES, VOL.III.E. FARR AND E. H. NOLAN
Everything which the revolutionary party had done since August 18,1789, was declared null and void.
BELGIUMGEORGE W. T. (GEORGE WILLIAM THOMSON) OMOND
In either case, according to the learned Dr. Sicklewit, the ceremony is utterly null and void of effect.
THE FIEND'S DELIGHTDOD GRILE
He had alleged that she was a woman of no character, and he had further alleged that their marriage was null and void.
FAIR MARGARETH. RIDER HAGGARD
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