nullify[ nuhl-uh-fahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF nullify
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NULLIFY
The ray does more than nullify gravity—can be made to reverse gravity!
Nor did he try to gloss over or strive to nullify his own dishonorable actions.
It was his duty to nullify this mutiny if he could, and therefore he turned to the men again.
Nothing could nullify it, nothing could take it away; it was almost their belief in life.
Every means was taken to nullify the value of the "palladium of British liberty."
We have a political system we have outgrown, and which, therefore, we have had to nullify.
They had long learnt to nullify what they professed to defend.
Any of these parties might nullify either of these acts, by neglecting to enforce it.
I can nullify the evidence, or I can make it tell with certainty against you.
It remains to be seen what we witnesses can say for him, to nullify the effect of what he has said for himself.