devoid definition

  • adjective:
    • totally lacking; destitute or bare: a novel devoid of wit and inventiveness.
    • empty; having none of; completely without
    • Void; vacant; vacant.
    • Destitute; maybe not in possession; -- with of
    • entirely lacking; destitute or vacant: a novel devoid of wit and inventiveness.
    • empty; having none of; completely without
    • completely wanting or lacking
    • Void; empty; vacant.
    • Destitute; not in ownership; -- with of
    • completely wanting or lacking
  • verb-transitive:
    • To empty out; to get rid of.
    • To empty away; to eliminate.
  • others:
    • in order to prevent; leave; leave from.
    • to-do away; put aside; obliterate.
    • Empty; vacant; void.
    • Destitute; perhaps not possessing; lacking: with of: because, without comprehension.
    • Synonyms Void, etc. See vacant.
    • to prevent; leave; depart from.
    • to accomplish away; put away; destroy.
    • Empty; vacant; void.
    • Destitute; perhaps not possessing; lacking: with of: since, lacking understanding.
    • Synonyms Void, etc. See vacant.

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