Definition of invalidating

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!

It’s like saying they know you as well as you know you, so they don’t ask, they assume, and may even tell Misunderstanding What it Means to Validate: Sometimes people invalidate because they believe if they validate they are agreeing.

A person can state, “You think it’s wrong that you’re angry with your friend,” and not agree with you. But because they want to reassure you they invalidate by saying, “You shouldn’t think that way.” Wanting to Fix Your Feelings: “Come on, don’t be sad. ” People who love you don’t want you to hurt so sometimes they invalidate your thoughts and feelings in their efforts to get you to feel happier.

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Invalidation is carried out by changing the application data, which in turn marks the information received by the client as out-of-date.

The South could not in 1861 justify her right to revolution, for there was no oppression nor invalidation of rights.