disannul

  • 1 Disannul — Dis an*nul , v. t. To annul completely; to render void or of no effect. [1913 Webster] For the Lord of hosts hath purposed, and who shall disannul it? Isaiah xiv. 27. [1913 Webster] Note: The prefix in this word an its derivatives is intensive,… …

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  • 2 disannul — I verb abolish, abrogate, annul, cancel, countermand, declare null and void, disclaim, disown, dissolve, invalidate, nullify, overrule, quash, recall, recant, renege, repeal, repudiate, rescind, retract, reverse, revoke, set aside, vacate,… …

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  • 3 disannul — [dis΄ə nul′] vt. to cancel completely; annul …

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  • 4 disannul — disannuller, n. disannulment, n. /dis euh nul /, v.t., disannulled, disannulling. to annul utterly; make void: to disannul a contract. [1485 95; DIS 1 + ANNUL] * * * …

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  • 5 disannul — transitive verb Date: 15th century annul, cancel …

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  • 6 disannul — verb /dɪsəˈnʌl/ To annul, do away with; to cancel. Ye shall not thynke that I am come to disanull the lawe, or the prophets …

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  • 7 disannul — v. make void, totally annul …

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  • 8 disannul — v. a. Nullify, cancel, rescind, quash, vacate, annul, abolish, abrogate, void, invalidate, render void, set aside, do away …

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  • 9 disannul — v 1. declare null and void, render null and void, annul, nullify, void, avoid; quash, invalidate, vitiate, vacate, disenact, disestablish; cancel, discharge; supersede, set aside; repeal, revoke, rescind, reverse, abrogate, abolish; suspend, Law …

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  • 10 disannul — dis·annul …

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  • 11 disannul — dis•an•nul [[t]ˌdɪs əˈnʌl[/t]] v. t. nulled, nul•ling to annul utterly • Etymology: 1485–95 dis an•nul′ler, n. dis an•nul′ment, n …

    From formal English to slang

  • 12 disannul — /dɪsəˈnʌl/ (say disuh nul) verb (t) (disannulled, disannulling) Chiefly Law to annul utterly; make void. {dis 1 (intensive) + annul} –disannulment, noun …

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  • 13 disannul — |dis+ transitive verb Etymology: dis (I) + annul 1. : to annul completely : make void or of no effect : cancel, destroy disannulled the reforms conceded by earlier rulers 2 …

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  • 14 disannulment — disannulˈment or disannullˈing noun • • • Main Entry: ↑disannul …

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  • 15 disannulling — disannulˈment or disannullˈing noun • • • Main Entry: ↑disannul …

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  • 16 abrogate — ab·ro·gate / a brə ˌgāt/ vt gat·ed, gat·ing [Latin abrogare, from ab off + rogare ask, ask for approval of (a law)]: to abolish by authoritative, official, or formal action: annul repeal a recent addition to [section] 51B abrogate s statutory and …

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  • 17 Abrogation — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Abrogation >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 abrogation abrogation annulment nullification Sgm: N 1 vacatur vacatur Sgm: N 1 canceling canceling &c. >V. Sgm: N 1 cancel cancel Sgm: N 1 revocatio …

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  • 18 dis- — prefix Etymology: Middle English dis , des , from Anglo French & Latin; Anglo French des , dis , from Latin dis , literally, apart; akin to Old English te apart, Latin duo two more at two 1. a. do the opposite of < disestablish > …

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  • 19 Jacob Cochran — (also Cochrane , 1782 1836) was a non denominational preacher born in Enfield, New Hampshire, USA who founded the Cochranites in Saco, Maine. Cochranite worship is said to have resembled Shakerism, but which also practiced a new doctrine called… …

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  • 20 disannulment — See disannul. * * * …

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