Definitions of "annulment"
  1. The process of declaring something as void, rendering it legally invalid or non-existent
  2. A formal proclamation made by a court stating that a marriage was never legally valid
How to use "annulment" in a sentence
  1. After realizing the discrepancies in their marriage contract, they decided to seek an annulment.
  2. The judge granted an annulment on the basis that the marriage was a result of fraud.
  3. Their marriage ended not in divorce, but in annulment, as it was determined to have been invalid from the start.

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