verb (used with object), an·nulled, an·nul·ling.
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Origin of annul
OTHER WORDS FROM annulan·nul·la·ble, adjectiveself-an·nul·ling, adjectiveun·an·nul·la·ble, adjectiveun·an·nulled, adjective
Words nearby annul
Example sentences from the Web for annul
So reluctant was the government to relinquish its grip, that Kaftancioglu’s campaign team had to win the city twice, after Erdogan demanded the initial victory be annulled alleging campaign irregularities.
Turkey’s election board eventually annulled the result, citing campaign irregularities, but the public wasn’t swayed.
Two years later, the reprimand was overturned, but Mia was unsuccessful in her bid to annul the adoptions.
Whatever action is taken, however, will require a new law that does more than simply annul Obamacare.Why It’s Time To Start Talking About Reforming, Not Repealing, Obamacare|David Frum|November 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
By all accounts, Rafsanjani has been the main force behind the scenes trying to annul the elections.
The seven godmothers could modify, but could not annul Alcuine's decree, and thus the fate of the Princess was determined.
You see that we may arrive at the point I spoke of, my son, and prolong life since we can annul death?Balsamo, The Magician|Alexander Dumas
The application of it would at once annul the Fugitive Slave Act, and abolish slavery.The Duty of Disobedience to the Fugitive Slave Act|Lydia Maria Child
We must overthrow all order, suppress all laws, annul all power, and leave the people in anarchy.Secret Societies And Subversive Movements|Nesta H. Webster
The Austrian demand that Victor Emmanuel should annul the liberal constitution granted by his father was unconditionally refused.A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year|Edwin Emerson