OTHER WORDS FROM invalidatein·val·i·da·tion, nounin·val·i·da·tor, noun
How to use invalidate in a sentence
The Supreme Court hears arguments Tuesday in a case that could invalidate the entire Affordable Care Act.What to know about the Supreme Court’s case on the constitutionality of Obamacare|Geoffrey Colvin|November 10, 2020|Fortune
“Poll workers are not going to give voters pens that are going to invalidate their ballot,” Hobbs told KTAR News on Wednesday.Election officials in Arizona rebut claims that ballots marked with Sharpies were disqualified|Hannah Knowles, Emma Brown, Meryl Kornfield|November 5, 2020|Washington Post
They strongly suggested Republicans were likely to prevail and have any votes received after Election Day invalidated.
It also might “unblind” the study, allowing the doctors conducting it to know whether they were administering the vaccine or a placebo to certain groups, possibly invalidating the results, he said.Under fire, AstraZeneca CEO defends transparency of COVID-19 vaccine trials|Jeremy Kahn|September 24, 2020|Fortune
When Ginsburg started her work in the 1960s, the Supreme Court had never invalidated any type of sex-based rule.Ruth Bader Ginsburg Helped Shape The Modern Era Of Women’s Rights – Even Before She Went On The Supreme Court|LGBTQ-Editor|September 21, 2020|No Straight News
In his concurring opinion, Clarence Thomas called for the invalidation of any limits on campaign donations.The Supreme Court Rules Campaign Limits Are for Losers|Ben Jacobs|April 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The South could not in 1861 justify her right to revolution, for there was no oppression nor invalidation of rights.The Battle of Principles|Newell Dwight Hillis
“Phrase of arms,” a series of attacks and parries ending in a hit or invalidation.
I should have heard of your being proposed for invalidation.Trooper 3809|Lionel Decle
To Dandrik, it threatened invalidation of everything he had taught since the morning he had opened his first class.Ministry of Disturbance|Henry Beam Piper
No invalidation of this statement is drawn from the Greek language.A Handbook of the English Language|Robert Gordon Latham