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Set Aside

To cancel, annul, or revoke a judgment or order.

set aside

v. to annul or negate a court order or judgment by another court order. Example: a court dismisses a complaint believing the case had been settled. Upon being informed by a lawyer's motion that the lawsuit was not settled, the judge will issue an order to "set aside" the original dismissal.

set aside

(Annul), verb abandon, abjure, abnegate, abrogate, accumulate, amass, cast off, discard, dispense with, dispose of, disuse, drop, omit, reject, relegate, relinquish, renounce, repudiate, shunt, spurn
Associated concepts: set aside a verdict

set aside

(Reserve), verb keep in reserve, lay aside, pigeonhole, pile up, put aside, put away, save up, set apart, shelve, store up
See also: abandon, abolish, abrogate, allocate, annul, cancel, dedicate, defer, delay, designate, devote, disapprove, disavow, discharge, disclaim, dismiss, disown, dispel, eliminate, exclude, follow, hoard, hold, hold up, invalid, isolate, leave, negate, null, null and void, override, overrule, possess, postpone, reject, relinquish, repeal, repudiate, rescind, reserve, seclude, sequester, succeed, supersede, vacate, void, waive

TO SET ASIDE. To annul; to make void; as to set aside an award.
     2. When proceedings are irregular they may be set aside on, motion of the party whom they injuriously affect.

References in classic literature ?
Proofs like these are not to be set aside by the idle tongues of cavilers.
But the Truth sits veiled there on the Bench, and never interposes an adamantine syllable; and the most sincere and revolutionary doctrine, put as if the ark of God were carried forward some furlongs, and planted there for the succor of the world, shall in a few weeks be coldly set aside by the same speaker, as morbid; "I thought I was right, but I was not,"--and the same immeasurable credulity demanded for new audacities.
Flushing set aside her sketch and stared ahead of her in silence.
Cousins live in it now, distant cousins, loved with the exact measure of love usually bestowed on cousins who reign in one's stead; cousins of practical views, who have dug up the flower-beds and planted cabbages where roses grew; and though through all the years since my father's death I have held my head so high that it hurt, and loftily refused to listen to their repeated suggestions that I should revisit my old home, something in the sad listlessness of the November days sent my spirit back to old times with a persistency that would not be set aside, and I woke from my musings surprised to find myself sick with longing.
If one had the smallest vestige of superstition in one, it would hardly be possible to set aside completely the idea that one is the mere incarnation, mouthpiece or medium of an almighty power.
Additionally, the amount of abandonment funds being set aside must be included in annual reports filed with the NEB.
PA) has announced that it has set aside more cash as provisions to deal with US sanctions.
Solicitation W9126GCTAO, covering work primarily for the Central Texas area office at Fort Hood, is set aside for service-disabled veteran-owned businesses.
The Court of Federal Claims ruled that a tax-exempt voluntary employees' beneficiary association (VEBA) recognized income subject to the unrelated business income tax (UBIT) because it exceeded the amount the VEBA could set aside to pay benefits.
Set aside was introduced by the EU in 1992 to control the amount of cereals on the market.
Supervisors directed Chief Administrative Officer David Janssen to set aside $250,000 of LAHSA's $2 million budget for a line of credit; set aside $103,000 for more staff; and negotiated a deal with the city to share administrative costs of running the joint agency.
Decisions need to be made as to how much work is to be produced and how much time will need to be set aside to produce the work.