Use Nullify in a sentence
Meaning: [verb] to make something less valuable; to state that something has no longer legal force;
People know what they’re doing and they knew how to nullify our attack.
Today it is nullification of the right to retirement benefits.
That score came after Fournette’s long TD run was nullified by a false start.
There’s talk about nullifying the gold medal won by Jenner in the 1976 Olympics.
She wants the court to nullify the registration of the Qunu property in Mandela’s name.
Moore has one interception and two more nullified by penalties by teammate Eddie Pleasant.
The election is nullified in line with Section 140 (2) and 140 (3) (of the electoral act).
Since a jury trial requires a unanimous decision, only one vote of “not guilty” is required to nullify a bad law.
In the federal lawsuit filed Wednesday, Lil Wayne’s asking to nullify contracts with the company.
Oregon’s Supreme Court nullifies the same-sex marriage licenses issued there in 2004.