[ US /ˈænəɫmənt/ ]
[ UK /ɐnˈʌlmənt/ ]
  1. (law) a formal termination (of a relationship or a judicial proceeding etc)
  2. the state of being cancelled or annulled
  3. the act of abrogating; an official or legal cancellation
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Get Started For Free Linguix pencil

How To Use annulment In A Sentence

  • Judges only grant marriage annulments in exceptional circumstances.
  • In short, the annulment has caused a backlash and the virtual eclipse of the power industry.
  • After all, we Romans with our stringent teachings of indissolubility and annulment do not claim to have a corner on all wisdom and compassion, do we?
  • A condition for bringing an annulment action under Article 230 is that the applicant has standing.
  • Benedict has used his annual speech to the Rota to impress on its members the indissolubility of marriage and that they should avoid the temptation of granting annulments on a whim. Pope: Marriage is not an absolute right
  • The Roman Catholic Church still refuses to recognise divorce, but does recognise annulments, which are granted on a much smaller scale in Ireland every year.
  • They got an annulment, which is why the non-consummation bit is important. Truth and Beauty
  • Some called the annulment “a ruling handed down in Kandahar” and “a real fatwa against the emancipation of women,” the BBC said. Appeals Court Overrules Annulment Based on Virginity
  • A growing number of young couples are applying for annulments, because it is cheaper and quicker than getting a divorce.
  • the annulment of their marriage resulted in the bastardization of their children
View all
This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy