null

Part of speech: adjective

Of no legal force or effect; void; of no avail.

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Usage examples "null":

  1. For if it can be shown that such a state of things does not really exist, then our inference to the kind of cause requisite to account for it is necessarily null. - "A Candid Examination of Theism", George John Romanes.
  2. Yet the sum total of abstract possibility, in relation to him, must have been the same in the two cases; so that in whichever of the two trains of reasoning his argument was sound, in the other it must certainly have been null. - "A Candid Examination of Theism", George John Romanes.
  3. Then you institute laws, and substitute custom to make them null. - "Our World, or, The Slaveholders Daughter", F. Colburn Adams.