noun an·nul·ment \ə-ˈnəl-mənt\

Definition of ANNULMENT

:  the act of annulling :  the state of being annulled
:  a judicial or ecclesiastical pronouncement declaring a marriage invalid

Examples of ANNULMENT

  1. <an annulment of that hastily conceived marriage can't come too soon>

First Known Use of ANNULMENT

15th century


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