voidable

adjective
void·​able | \ ˈvȯi-də-bəl How to pronounce voidable (audio) \

Definition of voidable

: capable of being voided specifically : capable of being adjudged void a voidable contract

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Other Words from voidable

voidableness noun

Examples of voidable in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Rappaport added the last year of the contract is voidable, which could turn it into a 1-year deal worth a little more than $39.5 million. Bob Mcmanaman, The Arizona Republic, "DeAndre Hopkins' success all starts with the hands; Cardinals are ready to pay big to keep them around," 8 Sep. 2020 Campbell's deal has a ridiculous four voidable years attached. Jeremy Cluff, azcentral, "Arizona Cardinals slammed for moves after DeAndre Hopkins trade: 'Financial mismanagement'," 6 Apr. 2020 The Broncos moved $17 million of Flacco’s base salary into a bonus and added two voidable years (2022-23), which allows the bonus to be spread over the duration of the contract. The Denver Post, "Denver Post’s 10 most popular Denver Broncos stories of 2019," 24 Dec. 2019 The Broncos moved $17 million of Flacco’s base salary into a bonus and added two voidable years (2022-23), which allows the bonus to be spread over the duration of the contract. The Denver Post, "Denver Post’s 10 most popular Denver Broncos stories of 2019," 24 Dec. 2019 The Broncos moved $17 million of Flacco’s base salary into a bonus and added two voidable years (2022-23), which allows the bonus to be spread over the duration of the contract. The Denver Post, "Denver Post’s 10 most popular Denver Broncos stories of 2019," 24 Dec. 2019 The Broncos moved $17 million of Flacco’s base salary into a bonus and added two voidable years (2022-23), which allows the bonus to be spread over the duration of the contract. The Denver Post, "Denver Post’s 10 most popular Denver Broncos stories of 2019," 24 Dec. 2019 The Broncos moved $17 million of Flacco’s base salary into a bonus and added two voidable years (2022-23), which allows the bonus to be spread over the duration of the contract. The Denver Post, "Denver Post’s 10 most popular Denver Broncos stories of 2019," 24 Dec. 2019 The Broncos moved $17 million of Flacco’s base salary into a bonus and added two voidable years (2022-23), which allows the bonus to be spread over the duration of the contract. The Denver Post, "Denver Post’s 10 most popular Denver Broncos stories of 2019," 24 Dec. 2019

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First Known Use of voidable

15th century, in the meaning defined above

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“Voidable.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/voidable. Accessed 18 Sep. 2020.

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voidable

adjective
void·​able | \ ˈvȯi-də-bəl How to pronounce voidable (audio) \

Legal Definition of voidable

: capable of being voided specifically : subject to being declared void when one party is wronged by the other a voidable contract

Other Words from voidable

voidability \ ˌvȯi-​də-​ˈbi-​lə-​tē \ noun

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