make void

make void

verb annul, cancel, declare not binding, declare null and void, declare of no force, declare useless, declare without legal force, determine not in force, make ineffective, make ineffectual, make inoperaaive, make meaningless, nullify
Associated concepts: void for vagueness, void where prooibited by law, voidable
See also: abrogate, adeem, annul, avoid, cancel, discharge, invalidate, nullify, override, overrule, quash, repeal, revoke, supersede, vacate, vitiate, void
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* if the church is cavalier about loosing the law when it shouldn't, it will "make void the word of God for the sake of human tradition" (15:6), but