scratch that

scratch that

set phrase An interjection telling someone to ignore, forget, or disregard what was just said or instructed. I wonder how much it would be to have our wedding inside the aquarium? Actually, scratch that, that's a ridiculous idea.
See also: scratch
References in classic literature ?
I could simply scratch that woman's eyes out, and to say it's my fault is most unfair.
I am sure, after all, that each of these groups gets scratched, but none of them will have to endure the kind of devastating scratch that only a cat with talon-like nails and deeply mischievous intent can inflict.
The automaker also cites scratches caused by off-road driving and fingernails as the kind of scratch that can be repaired by clear paint.
This is due to roughness introduced by cavitation within the ABS scratch that results in a decrease in the specular reflectance from the bottom of the scratch.