verb (used with object), dis·an·nulled, dis·an·nul·ling.

to annul utterly; make void: to disannul a contract.

Origin of disannul

First recorded in 1485–95; dis-1 + annul
Related formsdis·an·nul·ler, noundis·an·nul·ment, noun
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verb -nuls, -nulling or -nulled

(tr) mainly law to cancel; make void
Derived Formsdisannulment, noun
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