Definition for RE-SCIND'

RE-SCIND', v.t. [L. rescindo; re and scindo, to cut; Fr. rescinder.]

  1. To abrogate; to revoke; to annul; to vacate an act by the enacting authority or by superior authority; as, to rescind a law, a resolution or a vote; to rescind an edict or decree; to rescind a judgment.
  2. To cut off. [Not used.]

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