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I'm writing a document where I'm giving someone an option to do something, and if they don't do it within a certain time period, that option will be -- void or voided?
It looks like "will be void" is the adjective and "will be voided" is the verb. What I'm finding when I search is both, "will be void and voided" but that sounds goofy to me. I don't find any results when I search on "difference between void and voided" or even just "void and voided" except the (to me) redundant usage.
Do you know which is correct -- or where I can go to find out?
Either alternative is acceptable in my view.
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