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[ nuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF null

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

  • worthwhile
  • worthy
  • filled
  • full
  • good
  • profitable
  • true
  • effective
  • effectual
  • valid
  • valuable
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NULL

As this marriage was null and void, there was no Marchioness of Morella.

It all came to nothing: as poetry it never began to be more than null.

If one of these three conditions is wanting, the ballot is null.

If they do not proclaim him, my abdication must be null, and not made.

The changes of the Protectorate were treated as null and void.

Every law not ratified by the people themselves is null and is no law.

We are then to consider the testimony given by you this morning as null and void?

She looked at him, she turned to him, but he was always so strange and null—so null.

Oh, the null was swirling, we know that, and he could have been caught in an arm.

A friend of mine, Dr. Zalbon, was running the swing after the null retracted.

WORD ORIGIN

"void of legal force," 1560s, from Middle French nul, from Latin nullus "not any, none," from ne- "not, no" (see un-) + illus "any," diminutive of unus "one" (see one).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR NULL

ineffective

adjectiveuseless
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