Definition of "quashal"
  1. The process of nullifying or dismissing something, usually in a legal setting
How to use "quashal" in a sentence
  1. The judge granted a quashal of the improper indictment.
  2. The court issued a quashal, nullifying the previous ruling.
  3. Because the new evidence was found, the prosecution requested a quashal of the earlier decision.

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