Synonyms & Antonyms : Valid





Valid



( Adjective )


This ticket is
valid for one single journey between London and Dover.

Synonyms:

Binding

Defensible

Powerful

Efficacious

Cogent

Logical

Contextual Examples:

An agreement usually has clauses
binding the parties singing it.

An agreement arrived at between any two or more parties within the framework of law of the country is
defensible in a court of law if and when violated by any of the parties.

Trade and Labor unions have become
powerful institutions in modern societies.

They are
efficacious in bringing about harmony among managements and their workers at different levels.

He produced
cogent reasons for the change of policy.



Antonyms:

Invalid

Unconvincing

Unsound

Lame

Feeble

Weak

Illogical

Contextual Examples:

The Supreme Court has the power to declare as
invalid any law passed by a legislative body outside the frame work of the Constitution.

The stance taken by the
opposition on this controversial issue is unconvincing.

The project seems
unsound in its practicability.

Sam made a
lame excuse for absenting himself from the class.

It seems
illogical to change the time table so often.




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