- annul ► VERB (annulled, annulling) ▪ declare (a law, marriage, or other legal contract) invalid.DERIVATIVES annulment noun.ORIGIN Latin annullare, from nullum 'nothing' .
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annulment — an·nul·ment /ə nəl mənt/ n 1: the act of annulling: the state of being annulled 2: a declaration by a court that a marriage is invalid compare divorce Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 … Law dictionary
Annulment — An*nul ment, n. [Cf. F. annulement.] The act of annulling; abolition; invalidation. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
annulment — To make void or to cancel. (Dictionary of Canadian Bankruptcy Terms) United Glossary of Bankruptcy Terms 2012 … Glossary of Bankruptcy
annulment — (n.) late 15c., act of reducing to nothing; see ANNUL (Cf. annul) + MENT (Cf. ment). Meaning act of declaring invalid is recorded from 1864 … Etymology dictionary
annulment — [n] voiding an agreement abatement, abolition, abrogation, annihilation, breakup, cancellation, countermanding, dedomiciling, deletion, discharge, dissolution, erasing, going phfft*, invalidation, negation, neutralization, nullification,… … New thesaurus
annulment — [ə nul′mənt] n. 1. an annulling or being annulled 2. an invalidation, as of a marriage, by the decree of a court … English World dictionary
Annulment — Family law Entering into marriag … Wikipedia
annulment — /euh nul meuhnt/, n. 1. the act of annulling, esp. the formal declaration that annuls a marriage. 2. Psychoanal. a mental process by which unpleasant or painful ideas are abolished from the mind. [1485 95; ANNUL + MENT or < MF annulement] * * *… … Universalium
annulment — n. 1) to grant an annulment 2) to obtain an annulment * * * [ə nʌlmənt] to grant an annulment to obtain an annulment … Combinatory dictionary
annulment — [[t]ənʌ̱lmənt[/t]] annulments N VAR The annulment of a contract or marriage is an official declaration that it is invalid, so that legally it is considered never to have existed. ...the annulment of the elections... He may appeal to the Pope for… … English dictionary
annulment — To nullify, to abolish, to make void by competent authority. An annulment differs from a divorce in that a divorce terminates a legal status, whereas an annulment establishes that a marital status never existed. Whealton v. Whealton, 67 Cal.2d… … Black's law dictionary