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judge to authoritatively appraise and render an opinion on. [1/10 definitions]
negate to render ineffective or invalid; nullify. [1/2 definitions]
nonsuit to render the judgment of a nonsuit against. [1/2 definitions]
oblige to render a service to; accommodate. [2/4 definitions]
obviate to prevent or eliminate in advance; render unnecessary or irrelevant.
outwear to render unfit for use or exhaust by wear; wear out. [1/3 definitions]
overcome to emotionally overwhelm or render inarticulate. [1/5 definitions]
paralyze to render partly or completely unable to move or feel sensations, as by an injury or disease. [1/2 definitions]
perjure to render (oneself) guilty of perjury by giving false testimony under oath.
pinion2 to render (a bird) incapable of flight by tying or cutting off parts of the wing. [2/7 definitions]
predispose to render susceptible or liable. [1/2 definitions]
prohibit to render impossible; prevent. [1/3 definitions]
reject to refuse to render, grant, or consider. [1/5 definitions]
renderable combined form of render.
scotch to hurt slightly so as to render temporarily harmless. [1/4 definitions]
sodden to render or become sodden. [1/5 definitions]
sterilize to render unable to reproduce, as by removing or damaging the reproductive organs. [1/2 definitions]
stipple to render part or the whole of (a painting, drawing, or engraving) in dots, points, or dabs. [1/3 definitions]
stultify to render worthless or useless; cripple or nullify.
stun to daze or render unconscious, as by a blow, fall, or electric shock. [1/3 definitions]
tamper1 to meddle so as to damage, alter, or render something ineffective or harmful (usu. fol. by "with"). [1/2 definitions]