One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘orders were being issued and then countermanded’
revoke, rescind, reverse, undo, repeal, retract, withdraw, take back, abrogate, abolish, quash, scrap, override, overturn, overrule, do away with, set aside, cancel, annul, invalidate, nullify, negate, veto, declare null and void
back-pedal on, backtrack on, do a U-turn on
disaffirm, discharge, avoid, vacate, vitiate
informal axe, ditch, dump, knock on the head
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