Definition of "quash"
  1. An action to cancel or invalidate a previous law, order, or procedure
How to use "quash" in a sentence
  1. The defendant filed a motion to quash the service of summons due to an error in the person served.
  2. The attorney tried to quash the new procedure, arguing it was unconstitutional.
  3. A motion to quash was submitted to nullify the court's previous erroneous order.

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