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free empty, as a space; not occupied. [1/20 definitions]
hollow having an empty space on the inside; not solid within. [4/10 definitions]
hot air (informal) empty or exaggerated speech or writing.
jug band a small musical group that includes unconventional or makeshift instruments such as kazoos, washboards, and empty jugs.
lonely empty of human presence; unfrequented; desolate. [1/3 definitions]
lonesome empty of human presence; unfrequented; deserted. [1/3 definitions]
meaningless empty of meaning or value; purposeless.
move to evacuate or empty (the bowels). [1/14 definitions]
mummery an empty, pretentious, or hypocritical display or ceremony.
musical chairs a children's game in which circling players try to sit in empty chairs when the music stops, with one player being eliminated each time until only one chair and two players remain for the final.
nonempty combined form of empty.
opening a gap, hole, or empty space. [1/6 definitions]
pagurid any of a family of marine crustaceans that have a soft abdomen and live in empty snail shells; hermit crab. [1/2 definitions]
paper tiger a person, group, or nation that seems strong or powerful enough to pose a threat, but is actually weak or ineffectual; empty threat.
purge to cause (the bowels) to empty, as with a purgative. [2/12 definitions]
rook2 a chess piece that can move over any number of empty squares sideways or forward and backward; castle.
scoop to remove the contents of with or as if with a scoop; empty. [1/12 definitions]
space an empty area or place. [2/12 definitions]
staff1 the set of five horizontal lines and resulting four empty spaces on which musical notation is written. [1/9 definitions]
standee one who stands, esp. because there are no empty seats, as in an auditorium or on a bus.
unpeople to empty (an area, region, or the like) of people; depopulate.