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ratify
to give legal or official approval to
unconstitutional
not according to or agreeing with the constitution of a state or society
implied
to express indirectly : suggest rather than say plainly
sedition
the stirring up of feelings against lawful authority
nulify
to make null or valueless


null-having no legal or binding force
compromise
a settlement of a dispute by each party giving up some demands
sole
acting independently and without assistance or interference <the sole judge>

: belonging only to the one person, unit, or group named
regulate
1 a : to govern or direct according to rule b : to bring under the control of authority
amendment
1 : the act or process of amending especially for the better
2 : a change in wording or meaning especially in a law, bill, or motion
delegate
person sent with power to act for another