verb (disannuls, disannulling, disannulled)[with object]
Declare to be invalid; cancel: your covenant shall be disannulled
More example sentences
- In the 1662 Book of Common Prayer, the Lessons for 5th December include the entire chapter of Isaiah 28, in which verse 18 confirms that the "covenant with death" is disannulled.
- Pompey, to render himself popular, had disannulled the Laws of Sylla which limited the power of the people.
- Nicolas Rodriguez took the liberty of disannulling the newly elected alcalde (there is no record of the alcalde who followed Thomas Henry) and aldermen, and invited the San Patricians to join their ranks or punishment would follow.