Definition of Rescinds

1. Verb. (third-person singular of rescind) ¹



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Definition of Rescinds

1. rescind [v] - See also: rescind

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rescinds

reschedulers
reschedules
rescheduling
reschool
reschooled
reschooling
reschools
rescind
rescindable
rescinded
rescinder
rescinders
rescinding
rescindment
rescindments
rescinds (current term)
rescinnamine
rescinsion
rescission
rescissions
rescissory
rescope
rescoped
rescopes
rescoping
rescore
rescored
rescores
rescoring
rescowe

Literary usage of Rescinds

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1. A Collection of Cases Overruled, Denied, Doubted, Or Limited in Their by Simon Greenleaf (1838)
"Whether stoppage in transitu rescinds the contract of sale altogether, or only puts the vendor in possession of a lien OH the goods defeasible on payment of ..."

2. The Roman History of Appian of Alexandria by Appianus, of Alexandria Appianus (1899)
"... of Caesar's Murderers — The Senate rescinds its Decrees against Antony and Lepidus — Flight of Decimus Brutus — He is captured and put to Death 95. ..."

3. The Roman History of Appian of Alexandria by Appianus, Horace White (1899)
"... of Caesar's Murderers — The Senate rescinds its Decrees against Antony and Lepidus — Flight of Decimus Brutus — He is captured and put to Death 95. ..."

4. History of the Scottish Church by William Stephen (1896)
"... proceedings—Commissioner dissolves Assembly—It sits notwithstanding, rescinds the Acts of six previous Assemblies, condemns and deposes the bishops, ..."

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