Annulment Definition

ə-nŭlmənt
annulments
noun
annulments
An act of annulling.
American Heritage
An annulling or being annulled.
Webster's New World
The invalidation of a marriage, as for nonconsummation, effected by means of a declaration stating that the marriage was never valid.
American Heritage
An invalidation, as of a marriage, by the decree of a court.
Webster's New World

An act or instance of annulling.

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Other Word Forms of Annulment

Noun

Singular:
annulment
Plural:
annulments

Origin of Annulment

  • Recorded since the 15th century (sense destruction); from to annul (from Middle English annullen, from Middle French annuller, from Latin annullare, from ad 'to' nullus 'not any, nothing' + verbal ending -are)+ -ment 'means to' (from Latin -mentum)

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