Definition of annul:
plagiarize, invalidate, airlift, override, reduce, invert, counterpoise, bring up, hook, rear, neutralise, avoid, lift, counterbalance, subjugate, revoke, abate, pinch, award, cabbage, overturn, call for, get up, acquittal, study atabolish, bowl over, continue, fend off, purloin, forfend, resign, rub, void, supplant, extirpate, repress, filch, correct, turn over, subdue, change by reversal, bring in a verdict, strike down, roll back, quash, plagiarise, abstract, vitiate, pilfer, arise, charge, vacate, terminate, nullify, stave off, rustle, prohibit, blot, rise, hoist, stamp out, ward off, head off, revolutionize, subvert, acquit, deflect, face-lift, come up, knock over, raise, turn back, wind, uprise, keep down, overrule, empty, tump over, rescind, elevate, snarf, disannul, exterminate, sneak, negative, repeal, countermand, turn, scratch, avert, nobble, obviate, debar, bar, suppress, swipe, wipe, go up, null, keep off, counteract, end, bring down, upset, abrogate, compensate, make up, abandon, give up, evacuate, reverse, move up, cross, set aside, renounce, overthrow, forefend, tip over, remove, render void, citation, revolutionise.
- annul (part of speech: verb)
- obliterate (part of speech: verb)
- "Our Nervous Friends Illustrating the Mastery of Nervousness", Robert S. Carroll.
The people were eager to annul their sentence against Marcius, and to beg him to return, but the Senate, after meeting and considering this proposal, finally rejected it, either out of a mere spirit of opposition to anything proposed by the people, or because they did not wish him to return by favour of the people; or it may be because they themselves were now angry with him for having shown himself the enemy of all classes alike, although he had only been injured by one, and for having become the avowed enemy of his country, in which he knew that the best and noblest all sympathised with him, and had suffered along with him.- "Plutarch's Lives, Volume I (of 4)", Plutarch.
The proposition, that, in case of a supposed violation of the Constitution by Congress, the States have a constitutional right to interfere and annul the law of Congress, is the proposition of the gentleman.- "Select Speeches of Daniel Webster", Daniel Webster.