(especially of laws or other established rules, usages, etc.) to make void or null; abolish; cancel; invalidate:
to annul a marriage.
to reduce to nothing; obliterate.
to cancel (a regularly scheduled train, plane, social event, etc.) for one day or one time only.
The Landsgemeinde is, in fact, the supreme court, which approves or annuls.
The Story of Switzerland Lina Hug
Only one thing can destroy it and that is when it annuls its past and weakens at the heart.
Our Part in the Great War Arthur Gleason
Here is my consent to a divorce—my full confession of the fraud which annuls the marriage.
The Lady of Lyons Edward Bulwer Lytton
According to the Hanifite jurists, this is a deed of gift which annuls all other rights of property.
The Faith of Islam Edward Sell
This is rendered by Dr Stubbs in the margin: ‘He annuls the truce and all the acts of the chancellor passed under the old seal.’
Feudal England — Historical Studies On The Eleventh And Twelfth Centuries J.H. Round
Virginia repeals that ordinance, annuls that bond of union, breaks that link of confederation.
American Eloquence, Volume IV. (of 4) Various
And how it annuls and obliterates whatever precepts of Heaven are written deepest within us?
The Marble Faun, Volume II. Nathaniel Hawthorne
This doctrine of grace, said his adversaries, annuls the sacraments, and contradicts baptismal regeneration.
History of the Reformation in the Sixteenth Century, Volume V J. H. Merle d’Aubigné
The latter at once concludes and annuls totemic tribal organization.
Elements of Folk Psychology Wilhelm Wundt
But thy prior marriage to this lady, annuls the subsequent, and my cousin Harry is not now thy heir.
Wild Oats John O’Keeffe
verb -nuls, -nulling, -nulled
(transitive) to make (something, esp a law or marriage) void; cancel the validity of; abolish
late 14c., from Old French anuller (13c.) or directly from Late Latin annullare “to make to nothing,” from Latin ad- “to” (see ad-) + nullum, neuter of nullus “nothing” (see null). Related: Annulled; annulling.
- Annulus hemorrhoidalis
annulus hemorrhoidalis annulus hemorrhoidalis annulus hem·or·rhoi·da·lis (hěm’ə-roi-dā’lĭs) n. See zona hemorrhoidalis.
- Annulus urethralis
annulus urethralis annulus urethralis annulus u·re·thra·lis (yur’ĭ-thrā’lĭs) n. See sphincter muscle of urinary bladder.
by the year; yearly. Historical Examples Formerly, he borrowed from the local money-lenders, mostly Greeks, at 30 per cent per annum and over. Letters of Travel (1892-1913) Rudyard Kipling Huic ob res bene gestas imperium in annum proximum prorogatum est. Selections from Viri Romae Charles Franois L’Homond Sarum who and when (annum) the motion in […]
to announce. verb (transitive) a less common word for announce v. 1530s, from past participle adjective annunciate (late 14c.) or directly from Latin annunciatus, misspelling of annuntiatus, past participle of annuntiare (see announce). In some cases perhaps a back-formation from annunciation. Related: Annunciated; annunciating.