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voided

[ voi-did ]
/ ˈvɔɪ dɪd /
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adjective
having a void.
having been made void: a voided contract.
having a section or area that has been cut out or omitted: a voided Greek cross.
Heraldry. (of a charge) depicted as if the center had been removed so as to leave only an outline: an inescutcheon voided.
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Origin of voided

Middle English word dating back to 1350–1400; see origin at void, -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM voided

un·void·ed, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for voided

voided
/ (ˈvɔɪdɪd) /

adjective
heraldry (of a design) with a hole in the centre of the same shape as the designa voided lozenge
rare having a void or made void
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