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Correct spelling:
void
Definition:
Empty; destitute; null; unsubstantial.
To vacate; quit; expel; annul.
Synonyms:
nonexistence (noun)
vacancy, nonentity, nihility, nonexistence, emptiness, nullity, meaninglessness, cipher, vacuity, barrenness, vacuousness, nil, null, nothingness, non-subsistence, naught.
zero (noun)
blank, nullity, aught, nil, naught, nobody, zero, zilch, cipher, dummy, nought, nothing.
absent (adjective)
truant, missing, empty, no-show, away, out, departed, abstract, vacant, absent, wanting, gone, omitted, nonexistent, lacking, elsewhere.
absence (noun)
vacancy, abstraction, lack, want, nonexistence, truancy, omission, vacuity, emptiness, absence.
zero (adjective)
nil, zero, blank, none.
leave (verb)
omit, empty, absent, evacuate, abstract, vacate, depart, leave.
nonexistent (adjective)
unexisting, devoid, meaningless, vacuous, non-subsistent, null, nonexistent, vacant, empty, barren.
Other synonyms:
common law, valid, derelict, unemployed, nothingness, vacuum cleaner, hole, enabling, sterile, empty, idle words, bankrupt, criminal, nonvalid, reduce, lacuna, bare, deflect, egestion, extrajudicial, null, wind, reverse, forfend, quash, space, ineffectual, keep off, hollow, vain, negate, deprave, clear, revoke, misdirect, criminally, stark, subjugate, antitrust, deserted, repress, fruitless, worthless, unfilled, vacuum, useless, corrupt, repeal, untenanted, rejected, forefend, missing person, nullify, forensic, backdate, absentee, defecate, toom, crap, subvert, demoralise, sorrow, misery, abandon, leisure, abandoned, invalidate, mar, invalid, debase, head off, malarkey, nugatory, debar, gap, malarky, constipation, bad, avert, disused, distress, pervert, stave off, demoralize, criminalize, sadness, annul, blankness, remorse, uncrowded, desolate, unoccupied, desolation, evacuate, rescind, vitiate, debauch, subdue, obviate, disappointment, lift, missing link, emptiness, depression, abrogate, destitute, nonbinding, avoid, innocent, codify, bereft, civil, effective, ward off, grief, vanity, bursting, nullity, amendment, fend off, dry, cancel, neutralize, extraterritorial, impair, come in, set aside, overturn, full, jazz, abolish, ineffective, vacated, vacancy, amend, inoperative, profane, bedwetting, clean, forsaken, bring in, waste, spoil, decriminalize, null and void, keep down, regret, discharge, forgotten, deflower, bowel movement, constipated, neutralise, countermand.
Examples of usage:
  1. But the void she left in the hearts of all who knew her, was filled, in time, by her- daughter." - "The Water-Witch or, The Skimmer of the Seas", James Fenimore Cooper.
  2. And now here was another life to be thrown into the void after him, another woman to love a dream. - "Rose MacLeod", Alice Brown.
  3. It was right that this should be so; yet, alas for the vast void gray of the empty heart which Lola would leave behind! - "A Prairie Infanta", Eva Wilder Brodhead.

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