verb (used with object), in·val·i·dat·ed, in·val·i·dat·ing.
Origin of invalidate
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Contemporary Examples of invalidate
However, in an encouraging sign for clinics—and common sense—the narrow ruling does not invalidate buffer zones in general.The Supreme Court Lets Abortion Clinics Protect Themselves
June 26, 2014
While the Court did not invalidate Section 5, it did rule Section 4(b) unconstitutional.Eric Cantor’s Last, Legacy-Burnishing Task: Update the VRA
June 16, 2014
The gun lobby is currently funding lawsuits all over America, trying to invalidate local, state, and federal gun restrictions.Hands Off Those Gun Laws, Judges
June 1, 2014
Is the Supreme Court going to invalidate campaign finance laws further in the aftermath of its 2010 decision in Citizens United?McCutcheon v. FEC: Big Money Fights Back at the Supreme Court
October 9, 2013
A consortium of scientists and the American Civil Liberties Union eventually sued to invalidate the patents a few years ago.The Supremes Get It Right, Naturally.
June 14, 2013
Historical Examples of invalidate
This does not invalidate the evidence of their divine origin.A Practical Directory for Young Christian Females
Mr. Gell then proceeds to invalidate the authority of previous writers on the subject of Ithaca.Life of Lord Byron, Vol. 6 (of 6)
The fact that the uprising had failed did not seem in the least to invalidate the vision.
Her acceptance of the terms of annexation proposed by the United States does not discharge or invalidate the claim.A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents: Polk
Compiled by James D. Richardson
It is a sound maxim in law, that the superfluous does not invalidate the essential.The Missing Link in Modern Spiritualism
A. Leah Underhill