- non·an·nul·ment, noun
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How to use annulment in a sentence
Despite the annulment of the 2014 Anti-Homosexuality Act that was meant to criminalize the act of same-sex relations by life imprisonment and even capital punishment in Uganda, members of the LGBTQ community continue to face unwarranted reproof.
I felt like it’s so unfair that Protestants can’t get annulments, and I’ll convert.Anne Lamott’s Advice Could Stop You From Drowning in Cynicism | Susanna Schrobsdorff | September 23, 2021 | Time
Previously, frustrated couples had to go through a bureaucratic annulment process that often involved cumbersome fees.
But he says not everyone wants to adopt the so-called American style annulment factory.The Great Divide Facing Pope Francis That Only Catholics Understand | Barbie Latza Nadeau | September 21, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The demand for annulment matters because Grayson is rich, even by Congress's high standards.
A source also told the paper that Aaliyah ended all contact with Kelly after the annulment.Why Has the Public Forgiven R. Kelly for His Sordid, Predatory Past? | Marlow Stern | December 9, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
The new law contains a clause barring its annulment or appeal.Hold Yemen Officials Who Sanctioned Civilian Attacks Accountable | Letta Tayler | January 28, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
She was divorced in 1983, and there is no sign of her having secured an annulment.
He then succeeded in taking away the ancient rights of the town, upon the annulment of which he had set his mind.Tyrol and its People | Clive Holland
Shiela, dear, some day will you very quietly ask some woman the difference between divorce and annulment?The Firing Line | Robert W. Chambers
It would make new complications, application of annulment—oh, innumerable opportunities to harass you.John Marsh's Millions | Charles Klein
The assembly was greatly alarmed and directed its agents to seek the annulment of this patent also.The Colonization of North America | Herbert Eugene Bolton
Impotence, when anterior to marriage, may be put forward as a ground for annulment by either party.Marriage and Divorce Laws of the World | Hyacinthe Ringrose
British Dictionary definitions for annulment
a formal invalidation, as of a marriage, judicial proceeding, etc
the act of annulling
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