No one can invalidate his sentence; he can abrogate those of all others.
Hipparchus tries to invalidate this view of Eratosthenes, by sneering at the proofs on which it rests.
There are some passages in the New Testament which seem to invalidate this truth. Richet, expert in such matters, are conclusive, but wherein do they invalidate possession?
Those ought not to doubt the evidence who cannot invalidate it.
Does this, therefore, invalidate the certainty of these animals being carried thither from Europe?
So all the French philologists agree; and the modern variance of aux armes does not invalidate so plain an etymology.
The most one can do in this line is to invalidate the arguments for eternity.
We therefore maintain that the objection raised does not invalidate our view of the passage.
Oh, tell me that the name of wife does not invalidate the claims of love!
Less than 5 months after their marriage, Wilson committed suicide.