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What is the opposite of filled?

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Opposite of packed or filled tightly
“The baskets were empty at the end of the day after all the apples had been sold.”
Opposite of overfilled or overcrowded to the point of being clogged or blocked
Opposite of densely filled or covered with
“When you distribute the crumbs over the bake, ensure it is dispersed.”
Opposite of distended or expanded, typically through being filled with air or gas
Opposite of to have brought fulfillment or happiness to one's life
“I have never dissatisfied any of my tenants, least of all you, sir.”
(of a place or position) Opposite of to have occupied
“We reluctantly forfeited our prime, first-row seats at the concert because we had another urgent matter to attend to.”
Opposite of past tense for to plug or stuff a hole or empty space with something
“Edna agreed to slip the goblet into her purse if I could empty the glass.”
Opposite of past tense for to expand or be expanded through the act of filling
“My father eases the jeep back down the narrow planks, and we deflate the tires to avoid a similar fate.”
Opposite of past tense for to make or become full
“It was satisfying to empty his trolley and replace it alongside the dozens of others.”
Opposite of past tense for to occupy to the point of overflow
“When people began to vacate the train as I neared my stop, I had to climb over the table to disembark.”
(of items for sale) Opposite of past tense for to supply or stock with
“Why did they remove such a popular item from the shelf?”
Opposite of past tense for to hold and perform the expected duties of (a post or role)
“Her impending motherhood caused her to vacate her position as executive secretary of the Toronto Labour Committee.”
Opposite of past tense for to satisfy or fulfill (a want, requirement, or need)
“Over the course of the week, Barry tried out a few arguments for why he did not breach his contract.”
Opposite of past tense for to satisfy one's hunger
“I don't understand how a meal fit for a King, could dissatisfy a Royal.”
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