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Definition of nullity noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



[singular] (formal or law)
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the fact of something, for example a marriage, having no legal force or no longer being valid; something which is no longer valid a decree of nullity (= a statement saying that a marriage is no longer legally valid) The decision of the committee can now be regarded as a nullity.
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