Clinton also nixed a White House invitation to appear at ground zero, citing scheduling conflicts.
Obama nixed the idea of commandos hunkering down to await diplomatic rescue.
By then, the investigators seem to have nixed Colon as a suspect in the disappearance.
"cancel, refuse, forbid," 1903, from nix (n.). Related: Nixed; nixing.
No: I asked her for one and she said nix (1909+)verb
To veto; reject: had been considering marriage but have apparently nixed the idea/ and he was afraid that might nix his CBS deal (1903+)
[fr German nichts, ''nothing'']