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Definition of "repealed" []

  • To annul or rescind officially (something previously ordered); revoke (verb)
  • To call back (a person) from exile (verb)
  • An instance or the process of repealing; annulment (noun)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of repeal. (verb)

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Use "repealed" in a sentence
  • "The agencies seek to have the designation repealed."
  • "As a result, whether "don't ask don't tell" will actually be repealed is now in doubt."
  • "Gingrich claims that he will pay for this with $300 to $400 billion in repealed Recovery Act money and leftover TARP funds."