Use Rescind in a sentence
Meaning: [verb] to officially terminate a law, or an agreement;
This prohibits cross country travel until this order is rescinded.
Adams’ diplomatic immunity has been rescinded and he is arrested.
This policy was rescinded four years later.
The death penalty was rescinded posthumously in 1755.
Somehow the governor’s order was rescinded.
Congress immediately rescinded its $200,000 contribution.
In December 2013, the plan was rescinded.
All remaining restrictions were rescinded on May 5, 1955.
Less than 30 minutes later, this order was rescinded .