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void (verb), voids; voided; voiding
1. To clear a room, a house, or a place of occupants or to empty or to clear a place, receptacle, etc. of something: The overloaded gas tank of the car at the filling station was voiding when the customer tried to add too much gas.
2. Making or declaring something as invalid or that it is no longer in effect: The guarantee of the vacuum cleaner stated that any unauthorized repairs would void the warranty.
3. To take away a legal force of or to render something ineffective and to declare it as invalid: The trial about Bill's speeding was voided by the judge because it was only a mile over the limit in that section,

The U.S. Embassy issued a new passport and voided the old one for Andrew.

A contract can be valid, but it may be legally voided at the option of anyone who is involved.

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voided (adjective), more voided, most voided
1. A reference to not being legally binding nor valid: "Mark ended up with a voided contract."
2. Having a section or area that has been cut out or omitted; such as, a voided christian cross.
3. In heraldry: depicted as if the center had been removed so as to leave only an outline; having the center and a narrow surrounding area removed or left empty.
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(Latin: ring, an iron ring for the feet; circle; (so called because of its form); usually the posterior opening of the alimentary canal through which undigested food is voided; the anus)