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void

void

pronunciation:
voId
parts of speech:
adjective, noun, verb
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part of speech: adjective
definition 1: not containing anything; empty.
You will need a void surface on which to roll out the paper.
synonyms:
bare, empty, vacant
antonyms:
full
similar words:
blank, clear, drained, exhausted, free, hollow
definition 2: having no effect; useless.
The coupon was void because it was too old.
similar words:
vain
definition 3: empty; lacking (usually followed by "of").
She seems to be void of emotion.
synonyms:
empty
similar words:
blank, destitute, vacant
definition 4: not filled, as an office or position.
His position was left void after he retired.
synonyms:
open, vacant
similar words:
available, free, up for grabs
definition 5: having no legal power; not valid.
The contract was declared void.
synonyms:
invalid
antonyms:
effective
 
part of speech: noun
definition 1: an empty space or vacuum.
We are still exploring the void of outer space.
synonyms:
emptiness, vacuum
similar words:
blank, hollow, space
definition 2: a feeling of emptiness or loss.
There was a void in our family when my grandmother died.
synonyms:
emptiness
 
part of speech: verb
inflections: voided, voiding, voids
definition: to make not valid; cancel.
She voided the check because she had made a mistake.
synonyms:
cancel, revoke
similar words:
abolish, neutralize, overturn, repeal, reverse, undo, veto
derivations: voider (n.), voidness (n.)
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void Latin root that means empty
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