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 The contract includes a voidable third year that would push the overall value of the contract up to $24.6 million. oregonlive, 26 Apr. 2021 Cincinnati in 2022: The Bengals’ offensive line could be in for a transition next year with left tackle Reilly Reiff turning 34 and having a voidable contract. Matt Goul, cleveland, 2 May 2021 The contract extension, with the voidable clause, gives the Buccaneers some financial flexibility by saving the team $19 million in salary cap space in 2021. oregonlive, 12 Mar. 2021 The first two years of Hyder’s deal are worth $6.5 million with a third, voidable year valued at $10 million. oregonlive, 24 Mar. 2021 Miami traded Lawson, who seemingly didn’t fit, to Houston for inside linebacker Benardrick McKinney, addressing the inside linebacker void with McKinney’s voidable contact. Omar Kelly, sun-sentinel.com, 23 Mar. 2021 Hyder signed a two-year, $6.5 million deal with a voidable third year that includes a $10 million base salary. Eric Branch, San Francisco Chronicle, 23 Mar. 2021 The years added to the end of the deal are voidable and will be voided. Mike Finger, San Antonio Express-News, 16 Mar. 2021 But using voidable years is an integral part to how the Cowboys are doing business during the pandemic. David Moore, Dallas News, 4 Mar. 2021

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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 20 Sep. 2021.

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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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