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Adjective
In a state of complete emptiness
“The earth was unformed and void, and desolate of people and empty of all work.”
Adjective
Lacking or deficient in something, especially something essential or necessary
“If you had been convinced that your son was deficient in mind, and void of talent to make a workman, you certainly would not have engaged him with the artist.”
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Not valid or legally binding
“The question 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
Abandoned, or left unused or unoccupied
“Still, many buildings stand void with no occupants.”
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Without or lacking in
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Not existent
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No longer present or existing
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(of resources or reserves) Completely used up
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(of an area of land) Unsuitable for, or inconducive to, growing crops or vegetation
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Not producing the desired effect
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Noun
A completely empty space, or the state of being completely empty
“The stars were gone now, leaving nothing but an empty void ahead.”
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An open space, gap, or hole in an object or between two structures
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“The void between the layers of the fort's walls was filled with mud and grit.”
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A lack or deficiency in something, typically something necessary or essential
“We are now seeing productivity in those areas where, in the past, there has been a void of skill.”
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A deep and narrow passage, especially in the earth's surface
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Nothing or zero in amount, quantity or degree
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A hole formed in soluble rock by the action of water, serving to conduct surface water to an underground passage
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A point far below the surface
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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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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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(loosely) Outer space
Verb
To empty or evacuate (a container or space)
“The dispenser can be squeezed or compressed in such a way as to most effectively void the container of its contents.”
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To emit or discharge from a container, space, or one's body
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“Cats are very independent. You never have to take a cat out to void its bodily waste or bathe them.”
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To annul or make invalid
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“Why could villagers not void their previous agreement and demand a larger share of the profits?”
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To eject matter from the stomach through the mouth
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To cause to be empty or vacant
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Reduce or cause to contract
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To remove or clear a block or obstruction from
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To use, empty or drain completely
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