By then, the investigators seem to have nixed Colon as a suspect in the disappearance.
Obama nixed the idea of commandos hunkering down to await diplomatic rescue.
By the end of September, both networks had nixed their Hillary projects.
But Castro nixed having a colostomy, perhaps out of pride, machismo, or hubris—or some combination of the three.
Clinton also nixed a White House invitation to appear at ground zero, citing scheduling conflicts.
But Tarantino nixed that idea, instead choosing to have the contents be whatever you want it to be.
That was nixed because it was thought that voters could be less likely to say no to an invitation to agree to something.
Together, they visit the Museum of Natural History, with Sally wearing those gogo boots that Don nixed.
"cancel, refuse, forbid," 1903, from nix (n.). Related: Nixed; nixing.
No: I asked her for one and she said nix (1909+)
To veto; reject: had been considering marriage but have apparently nixed the idea/ and he was afraid that might nix his CBS deal (1903+)
[fr German nichts, ''nothing'']