from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Heraldry Having the central area cut out or left vacant, leaving an outline or narrow border: a voided lozenge.
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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of void.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Emptied; evacuated.
- adj. Annulled; invalidated.
- adj. Having the inner part cut away, or left vacant, a narrow border being left at the sides, the tincture of the field being seen in the vacant space; -- said of a charge.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a void or opening: pierced through; specifically, in heraldry, pierced through so as to show the field.
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If they had succeeded, then that gain of 18.5 cents would be null and voided from the 45+ cent increase in gas cost.
Koman Coulibaly: inexplicable call voided U.S. game-winner
On what basis would the uncommitted delegates from Michigan be "voided"?
The companies will fight you tooth and nail, saying you've "voided" the warranty.
I have a sneaking suspicion that many would find that their districts "voided" all write-ins as welll as some doing the same to Ron Paul votes.
When fees are not paid, the registration is not voided, only the right to drive the car in California is "voided" until the past due fees/penalities are paid current.
According to Kurz, this ticket was "voided" on the same day it was issued, but was sent to Parliament for payment before being cancelled.
Act, the names of successful amnesty applicants must first be published in the Government Gazette before criminal proceedings against them are "voided".
That depends on what you mean, firstly by "voided," and, secondly, by
Taking their composition and the circumstances of administration to be as you state them, it is my opinion that a small residuum will be left undigested, and will be voided by the intestine, while by far the greater part will be absorbed and eventually "voided" by the lungs, skin, and kidneys.