Definition of "nugatory"
  1. Something that holds no value or impact because it is invalid or ineffective
How to use "nugatory" in a sentence
  1. The decision of the director was nugatory because it violated the company's policy.
  2. After the amendment, the previous rule became nugatory.
  3. The contract was nugatory as it lacked an essential element.

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