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revoke
used in A Thousand Acres

4 uses
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Definition
to void, cancel, or take back — especially to do so in an official manner
  • Caroline joined my father in invoking the revocation clause.
    p. 243.9
  • "They're probably going to revoke your license, but even if they don't, I will, if you do it again.
    p. 148.1
  • They stated that my father had chosen to avail himself of the revocation clause in the preincorporation agreement, which stated that Rose's and my shares in the farm were revocable under certain conditions of "mismanagement or abuse."
    p. 243.7
  • They stated that my father had chosen to avail himself of the revocation clause in the preincorporation agreement, which stated that Rose's and my shares in the farm were revocable under certain conditions of "mismanagement or abuse."
    p. 243.8

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