verb (used with object), an·nulled, an·nul·ling.
Words nearby annul
Origin of annul
OTHER WORDS FROM annulan·nul·la·ble, adjectiveself-an·nul·ling, adjectiveun·an·nul·la·ble, adjectiveun·an·nulled, adjective
Examples from the Web for annulled
“This will end as an annulled election by the Constitutional Court, I think,” says Chambers.
Others argued that the vote should be annulled and a new election called.
While in Khartoum, he reportedly wed but never consummated the marriage, which was annulled with 48 hours.
Protests are raging in Yemen, where anti-government forces have asked that the plan for a transition of power be annulled.
Their marriage was annulled less than a year after their June 1984 wedding.
Any compact may be annulled by the free consent of the party who alone is entitled to claim the performance.The History of England from the Accession of James II.|Thomas Babington Macaulay
So it was in behalf of property that the old marriage laws were annulled.Woman and Socialism|August Bebel
This action of course, annulled the resolution at the Kirtland conference to publish an edition of ten thousand.
It was probably found that an 'informality' had occurred in certain communes, and that through this 2,494 votes must be annulled.France and the Republic|William Henry Hurlbert
The principle of equal opportunity (the open door) would thereby be annulled, and the territorial integrity of China impaired.Russia|Donald Mackenzie Wallace