rescissory

adjective
re·​scis·​so·​ry | \ ri-ˈsi-zə-rē How to pronounce rescissory (audio) , -ˈsi-sə-\

Definition of rescissory

: relating to, tending to, or having the effect of rescission

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1606, in the meaning defined above

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