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vacuum, emptiness, vacancy, void
n. an empty area or space; "the huge desert voids"; "the emptiness of outer space"; "without their support he'll be ruling in a vacuum"
void
n. lack of cards in a suit
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empty, void, evacuate
v. excrete or discharge from the body
void
v. clear (a room, house, place) of occupants or empty or clear (a place or receptacle) of something; "The chemist voided the glass bottle"; "The concert hall was voided of the audience"
nullify, avoid, void, quash, annul, invalidate
v. declare invalid; "The contract was annulled"; "void a plea"
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void
adj. containing nothing; "the earth was without form, and void"
void, null
adj. lacking any legal or binding force; "null and void"
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vacuity, vacuum
n. a region that is devoid of matter
gulf
n. a deep wide chasm
abysm, abyss
n. a bottomless gulf or pit; any unfathomable (or apparently unfathomable) cavity or chasm or void extending below (often used figuratively)
hole
n. an opening into or through something
void
v. clear (a room, house, place) of occupants or empty or clear (a place or receptacle) of something; "The chemist voided the glass bottle"; "The concert hall was voided of the audience"
nullify, invalidate
v. show to be invalid
nullify, invalidate
v. show to be invalid
nix, disallow, veto, proscribe, interdict, prohibit, forbid
v. command against; "I forbid you to call me late at night"; "Mother vetoed the trip to the chocolate store"; "Dad nixed our plans"
revoke
v. fail to follow suit when able and required to do so
revoke
v. fail to follow suit when able and required to do so
invalidate, cancel
v. make invalid for use; "cancel cheques or tickets"
invalidate, cancel
v. make invalid for use; "cancel cheques or tickets"
reject, disapprove
v. deem wrong or inappropriate; "I disapprove of her child rearing methods"
undercut
v. cut obliquely into (a tree) below the main cut and on the side toward which the tree will fall
undermine, cave
v. hollow out as if making a cave or opening; "The river was caving the banks"
get rid of, abolish
v. do away with; "Slavery was abolished in the mid-19th century in America and in Russia"
nullify, avoid, void, quash, annul, invalidate
v. declare invalid; "The contract was annulled"; "void a plea"
abrogate
v. revoke formally
inoperative
adj. not working or taking effect; "an inoperative law"
worthless
adj. lacking in usefulness or value; "a worthless idler"
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stripped, bare
adj. having everything extraneous removed including contents; "the bare walls"; "the cupboard was bare"
empty of, void of, destitute of, innocent of, devoid of, barren of
adj. completely wanting or lacking: "writing barren of insight"; "young recruits destitute of experience"; "a novel devoid of wit and inventiveness"; "a life empty of happiness"; "innocent of literary merit"; "void of understanding"
deprived of, bereft of
adj. having had something taken away: "bereft of their dignity"
white, clean, blank
adj. (of a surface) not written or printed on; "blank pages"; "fill in the blank spaces"; "a clean page"; "wide white margins"
knackered, drained
adj. very tired
emptied
adj. (empty)
empty-handed
adj. carrying nothing in the hands
glazed, glassy
adj. (used of eyes) lacking liveliness; "empty eyes"; "a glassy stare"; "his eyes were glazed over with boredom"
ransacked, plundered, pillaged, looted
adj. wrongfully emptied or stripped of anything of value; "the robbers left the looted train"; "people returned to the plundered village"
vacant
adj. without an occupant or incumbent; "the throne is never vacant"
vacant
adj. void of thought or knowledge; "a vacant mind"
uncollectible, bad
adj. not capable of being collected; "a bad (or uncollectible) debt"
fallacious
adj. based on an incorrect or misleading notion or information; "fallacious hope"
nullified, invalidated
adj. deprived of legal force
sophistical, sophistic
adj. plausible but misleading
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validate
v. make valid or confirm the validity of; "validate a ticket"
authorise, clear, pass, authorize
v. grant authorization or clearance for; "Clear the manuscript for publication"; "The rock star never authorized this slanderous biography"
ratify, sign
v. approve and express assent, responsibility, or obligation; "All parties ratified the peace treaty"; "Have you signed your contract yet?"
formalise, formalize, validate
v. declare or make legally valid
valid
adj. well grounded in logic or truth or having legal force; "a valid inference"; "a valid argument"; "a valid contract"
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Parts Of Speech
  • Nouns
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  • Verbs
    10
  • Adverbs
    0
  • Adjectives
    3
Relationships
  • Fuzzynyms
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  • Synonyms
    32
  • Antonyms
    11