emptiness

[ emp-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF emptiness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMPTINESS

Say, Stilly, I'm off uptown to attend to the emptiness in this stone utensil.

And fiercely in a bewildered way I rebelled against this emptiness.

As yet, however, nobody about the house had any suspicion of the emptiness of the treasury.

The battle field was described by the Germans as "an emptiness."

A ship from Orede had come out of overdrive and lay dead in emptiness.

It stood for a week or two longer, open-eyed, as if astonished at its own emptiness.

He could feel the awful silence, the emptiness below was a pit of death.

Enjoy it; only fools and Rabbis speak of the world as vanity or emptiness.

He looked at it, and its emptiness reminded him that he was thirsty.

Behind his eyes lay the emptiness of age, the open wound of stifled years.

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