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disannul

verb dis·an·nul \ˌdis-ə-ˈnəl\

Definition of DISANNUL

transitive verb
:  annul, cancel

Examples of DISANNUL

  1. <the new administration seems intent on disannulling every social program instituted by its predecessor>

First Known Use of DISANNUL

15th century

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