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Adjective
Completely empty
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“These minerals are found in void spaces within and between pillows.”
Adjective
Not valid or legally binding
“In a nutshell, the important issue is whether the compromise of proceedings entered into by parties on the basis of a common mistake of law is void by reason of that mistake.”
Adjective
Devoid of or without
“Additional boardwalks on the site are arranged to form a central void space.”
Adjective
Left unoccupied or unused
“The cornfields lay void under a blanket of snow.”
Adjective
Without or lacking in
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Of which knowledge has been lost
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Not existent
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No longer existing
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Not producing the desired effect
Noun
A completely empty space
“It's too bad, I feel you miss a lot by conducting your maneuvers with hundreds of kilometers of empty void between your units.”
Noun
An incomplete or deficient area
“The client wanted an old-fashioned stone wall and did not want the voids filled in with mortar.”
Noun
Destruction or extinction
Noun
A hole formed in soluble rock by the action of water, serving to conduct surface water to an underground passage
Noun
The state in which a couple remain married but live apart
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A point far below the surface
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Sunken or decayed area
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A region with no remaining resources
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An absence of intelligent thought or ideas
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The length of the space between two points
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Not a thing besides what already exists or is present
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A swelling filled with air or fluid on the surface of a plant, heated metal, painted wood, etc
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A strong desire or craving
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Noun
(loosely) Outer space
Verb
To remove the contents of
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“The normal adult bladder holds approximately 400 ml of urine and when more than this amount has entered the bladder the pressure starts to rise and the desire to void urine is felt.”
Verb
To make ineffective or invalid
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“Many of the legal consequences of marriage have now been applied even to void unions, and virtually all marriages are open to dissolution even if only one spouse wishes it.”
Verb
To empty or evacuate (a container or space)
“This heating would melt the wax and allow it to be poured off or voided, leaving a hollow mould.”
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To remove the contents of
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Reduce or cause to contract
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Do away with
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To remove or clear a block or obstruction from
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To push or thrust out
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To make complete use of
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To regurgitate or eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth
Pronoun
An absence of anything
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