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Noun
The act of putting an end to
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“The Government argued that the supervisory review proceedings resulting in the quashing of the judgments at issue had been lawful.”
Noun
The prevention or failure of the progress, success, or fulfillment of something
Noun
The action of inhibiting or putting an end to a process or progress
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A comprehensive defeat in a contest
Adjective
Characterized by shame, ignominy or dishonor
Verb
Present participle for to defeat or suppress forcefully and completely
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“They will put an end to the illicit drug trade, quash the insurgency, and end violence in Colombia.”
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Present participle for to frustrate or prevent (someone) from achieving an aim
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“Already, legal moves are underway to quash the plan.”
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Present participle for to devastate or destroy something
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“Something occurred at a very deep psychological level to completely quash and destroy their perception of the environment.”
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Present participle for to cancel or reject as invalid, especially by legal procedure
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“Application was made for leave to move for judicial review to quash this decision, but leave was refused.”
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Present participle for to allay or make less intense
“It took a long time to quash his irrational paranoia.”
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(figurative) Present participle for to stifle or suppress a quality or characteristic
“Even the wet rains of the past week were not wet enough to dampen our spirits or quash our enthusiasm.”
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Present participle for to refrain from openly expressing or displaying
“Maybe trying to quash your feelings right now is not the healthiest thing for you to do.”
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Present participle for to refuse to admit the truth or existence of
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Present participle for to defeat, subdue or overcome with superior strength
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Present participle for to take away the self-esteem or conceit from
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Present participle for to cause the downfall or ruin of
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Present participle for to diminish in intensity or severity into, or almost into, nothingness
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