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revoke
used in Sycamore Row

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Definition
to void, cancel, or take back — especially to do so in an official manner
  • And a second will dated September 7 of last year, though this will was expressly revoked by the handwritten will.
    p. 148.3
  • Either Eva or Sara will show them to the new filings, where they will gawk at the thin, handwritten will, one that specifically revoked and denounced the thick one they so cherished, and the war will begin.
    p. 72.5
  • "Then, at the last minute, Seth prepares this crude document that revokes the proper will, leaves virtually everything to his black housekeeper, and guarantees that much of what he's trying to give away will be eaten up in estate taxes.
    p. 100.6

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