no bill

noun Law.
a failure to indict.
Compare true bill.
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no-bill

[noh-bil]
verb (used with object) Law.
to fail to indict (a person): The grand jury no-billed the two officers in the slaying.
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Example sentences
With regard to climate legislation, this leadership has not been forthcoming, and no bill is likely to succeed without it.
No bill was voted on until her policy team had finished its work.
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