Thesaurus / devoid

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Is the scoundrel so devoid of devices that he has to go back on an old exploded villany?

The Falls of St. Anthony are not very imposing, although not devoid of beauty.

Diary in America, Series OneFrederick Marryat (AKA Captain Marryat)

The so-called Palolithic implements were not devoid of edges.

Ancient Man in BritainDonald A. (Donald Alexander) Mackenzie

They are the record of a stubborn, prejudiced, well-trained musician and well-read man, one who was not devoid of irony.

Old FogyJames Huneker

Free from struggles with adversity, and devoid of public or stirring incidents, the story of Browning's life is soon told.

These rocks are for the most part unstratified, and are devoid of fossils.

Many of them were so devoid of instruction that they were unable either to read or to write.

Woman in ScienceJohn Augustine Zahm

We no longer regard ourselves as devoid of all obligation towards such persons.

The Group MindWilliam McDougall

Though as a rule not devoid of prudence, he so little suspected any danger on this occasion that he took no special precaution.

Charles Bradlaugh: a Record of His Life and Work, Volume I (of 2)Hypatia Bradlaugh Bonner and J. M. (John Mackinnon) Robertson

This was at the extreme eastern end of the village, and as we entered I saw it was devoid of any persons except ourselves.

Bill Biddon, TrapperEdward S. Ellis

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