negate


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Synonyms for negate

Synonyms for negate

to make ineffective by applying an opposite force or amount

to put an end to, especially formally and with authority

to refuse to admit the truth, reality, value, or worth of

Synonyms for negate

be in contradiction with

deny the truth of

make ineffective by counterbalancing the effect of

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If it is found that the addition negates (or at least casts doubt on) the jurat's validity, Form 1040 would not be considered signed under penalties of perjury and is not a valid return.
Does the continued operation of business after the event that caused the taxpayer's noncompliance negate the event's effect?
Illegal users pay about $10 per dose, crush the pills to negate their time-release coating, and snort or inject the drug.
Since one in four of the young men eluded accurate classification based on physiological responses, the results "do not negate the potential role of social and psychological variables in predicting criminal behavior," Raine says.
There were no risk-reducing factors to negate the need for regulation of the notes.
But Brown at his best will negate everybody else in the lineup.
Although an accounting firm's malpractice insurance may cover punitive damage awards, state law may negate coverage for such awards against a firm.
The firm' also removed AA from its "focus list" on concerns that rising costs, negative currency implications, and slackening demand for automotive and building materials will negate higher aluminum prices, leading to an earnings shortfall.
For the fourth quarter of 2004 and into 2005, steel, energy, and logistical costs are forecasted to remain high for the industry, which will negate somewhat Maytag's sizable cost reductions expected in these periods.
Voters must provide identification and their address, which will identify their precinct and negate the possibility of the same person voting twice.
Our solutions do not negate the dire need for continued reform of the California workers' compensation system.
Similarly, aesthetics and emotion negate each other, because the emotional effect wrought by aesthetic posturing, including the dramatic posing of the figures, is all too obvious.
The Plaintiffs were seeking to negate certain amendments made to the Plans in 1994 which reduced the benefits which some participants would receive under the Plans.
As a result, counter-measures can be activated to negate or control the reaction.
Charissis helped negate Cal's size advantage, as the Bears had four players who are 6-10 or taller.