View definitions for blank


adjective as in clear; empty

adjective as in dumbfounded

adjective as in absolute, utter

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Example Sentences

Yet the Pacers are also the best at stopping those point-blank looks.

For the third time in just over a week, the Washington Wizards stood and watched as an opponent missed a point-blank shot in the final seconds to help them secure a victory.

This oatmeal pudding is the blank canvas for all of my easiest, most comforting breakfasts.

From Eater

Just about every single late-stage company in private markets at the moment has been contacted by a blank-check company looking for a deal.

From Fortune

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In front of this strange structure are two blank-faced, well-dressed models showing off the latest in European minimalism.

Tonn and Blank Construction An Indiana construction company.

In the case of Steven Eugene Washington, nothing more than a blank stare made him a target for police bullets.

After that granite band is filled in, there are seven more blank ones on the next block.

Another blank band go to the cops who transformed New York into the safest big city in America.

Edna's face was a blank picture of bewilderment, which she never thought of disguising.

Sir Edward Bruce is said to have decided the question by a point-blank refusal to retire.

As in a trance he crosses the room, seizes charcoal, and feverishly works at the blank canvas on the easel.

The shingled old house offered blank windows to the road, like so many sightless eyes.

It is usual for companies to execute blank policies in due form to be filled out and delivered by their agents.


On this page you'll find 170 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to blank, such as: bare, barren, untouched, unused, vacant, and clean.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.