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void
Definition:
Having no legal force; ineffective; null; often in the phrase null and void.

Synonyms:

adjective
absent
departed, truant, gone, missing, away, empty, out, no-show, vacant, nonexistent, Omitted, absent, abstract, elsewhere, wanting, lacking.
all
void.
empty
deprived, barren, drained, bereft, scant, clear, Without, unoccupied, emptied, shy, destitute, unfilled, vacuous, devoid, abandoned, free, vacant, lacking, Tenantless, short, bare.
nonexistent
passed away, barren, Perished, without foundation, vacuous, null, Gossamery, non-subsistent, devoid, vacant, nonexistent, hypothetical, Non-existent, ungrounded, unexisting, meaningless, few and far between, empty.
nullified, meaningless
ineffectual, unenforceable, not viable, unfruitful, bad, unconfirmed, invalid, unsuccessful, inoperative, vain, ineffective, Voided, forceless, unsanctioned, unratified, Avoided, nugatory, null, set aside, null and void, useless, sterile, dead, negated, worthless, fruitless.
vain
no-win, on treadmill, unnotable, not a prayer, in vicious circle, Shucker, going nowhere, on a treadmill, time-wasting, profitless.
zero
none, nil, zero, blank.
noun
absence
emptiness, vacuity, nonexistence, truancy, omission, lack, abstraction, vacancy, want, absence.
depression
sinkhole, sinkage.
emptiness, want
cavity, hole, blank, blankness, nullity, Nihility, vacuity, opening, gap, space, lack, vacuum, nothingness, hollow.
empty
abandoned.
gap
Interspace, gaps.
negation
disavowals, disavowal, NOS, Negatory, Contraries, refusal, neutralization, neutralizations, Non-existence, forget it, inverses.
nonexistence
meaninglessness, barrenness, non-subsistence, vacuousness, nonentity, Nihility, nothingness.
pit
abyss.
vacuum
free space, rarefactions, rarefaction.
void
emptiness, vitiate, annul, avoid, nothingness, vacancy, nullity, null, empty, nullify, invalid, quash, invalidate, evacuate.
waste
marsh, brushland, waste, barrens, wilds, dust bowl.
zero
cipher, zero, nothing, nil, zilch, nullity, dummy, aught, blank, nought, naught, nobody.
verb
body
evacuate, void, empty.
change
void.
get rid of; empty
drain, deplete, remove, give off, flow, throw out, evacuate, eject, discharge, relieve, dump, vacate, go, eliminate, emit, pour, dispose.
leave
evacuate, leave, vacate, depart, omit.
nullify, cancel
bleep, sanitize, black out, clean up, dissolve, invalidate, blue pencil, launder, gut, take out, cut, trim, declare null and void, rescind, abrogate, annul, sterilize, drop, abnegate.
Examples of usage:
  1. To sum up, the chief features of the plan proposed for the control of monopolies in manufacture and trade are as follows: Make contracts to restrict competition, legal and binding, instead of illegal and void as now. – Monopolies and the People by Charles Whiting Baker
  2. By merely writing to Miss Melrose, to offer her a fortune, it was not possible to void the will. – The Mating of Lydia by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  3. She has no legal title to it according to the laws of Virginia; the marriage would be declared void were it known that she had black blood in her. – Senator North by Gertrude Atherton
  4. But there was no recent picture, none which suggested the Robert who had gone away five days ago, leaving a void and wilderness behind him. – The Awakening and Selected Short Stories by Kate Chopin
  5. So far as he was concerned, the earth was without form and void. – The Master-Knot of Human Fate by Ellis Meredith

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