In this case, Scalia joined the dissent in arguing that the Affordable Care Act should be found “invalid in its entirety.”
The state filed a brief Wednesday, claiming that gay marriage licenses are invalid and have no standing in court.
The Xinhua News Agency and pro-Beijing groups in Hong Kong say that PopVote is illegal and invalid.
Step 4: Draft a bill to remove every statute signed by Obama because they are all invalid.
Yet his deeds had a way of defying his purposes, and he left the White House as an invalid and perceived as a failure.
Flora, in a measure, outgrew her bodily infirmities, but she was always an invalid.
"The Tinkham Brothers" were the devoted sons of an invalid mother.
One of the first considerations in caring for an invalid is the ventilation of the sick room.
"So, this is the invalid," she said, halting abruptly before him.
A woman dressed in a gray cloth dress, as in the hospitals, was bending over the invalid, giving him a drink.
"not strong, infirm," 1640s, from Latin invalidus "not strong, infirm, weak, feeble," from in- "not" (see in- (1)) + validus "strong" (see valid). Specific meaning "infirm from sickness, disease, or injury" is from 1640s.
"of no legal force," 1630s, from special use of Latin invalidus (see invalid (adj.1)).
1709, originally of disabled military men, from invalid (adj.1). Invalides is short for French Hôtel des Invalides, home for old and disabled soldiers in the 7th arrondissement of Paris.
invalid in·va·lid1 (ĭn'və-lĭd)
One who is incapacitated by a chronic illness or disability. adj.
Incapacitated by illness or injury.