Abrogate

Verb, transitive

Ending something (usually a law) by official decree, law, or authority:

“The Republican-controlled Congress was unable to abrogate much of the ACA.”

Also, effectively ending something by ignoring it:

“Ever the optimist, Gerry thought he could abrogate the restraining order.”


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