Origin of nullify
OTHER WORDS FROM nullifynul·li·fi·er, nounre·nul·li·fy, verb (used with object), re·nul·li·fied, re·nul·li·fy·ing.un·nul·li·fied, adjective
How to use nullify in a sentence
Officials, however, nullified the play after ruling Fuente had called timeout as the ball was being snapped.Miami’s D’Eriq King will be the latest challenge for beleaguered Virginia Tech defense|Gene Wang|November 11, 2020|Washington Post
Obviously, its utility in that regard has now been nullified.Israel's Political Process Sabotages Peace Efforts, But There Is A Constituency For Peace|Matt Lerner|November 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The advantage of being the side that isn't lying out its you-know-what is completely nullified.
A court with no women nullified anti-abortion laws that had been enacted almost entirely by men.
The oath that Louis the Lusty took, his signature, his seal affixed to our charter—all that is then nullified?
Prisoners were released from their toils, a lawless mob overran the thoroughfares, and civic government was nullified.The Civil War Through the Camera|Henry W. (Henry William) Elson
I entered atmosphere, made planetfall with nullified visibility, and took off the guardsman and a young native.Indirection|Everett B. Cole
Thus many new speculations were hazarded which nullified each other.An Epitome of the History of Medicine|Roswell Park
But Mr. Conne winked pleasantly at him, and it quite nullified that scornful look.Tom Slade with the Colors|Percy K. Fitzhugh