empty

[ emp-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF empty

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMPTY

Man followed their example and searched until he found an empty grotto.

The roads are empty, the fields are deserted, the houses of entertainment are closed.

"As empty as an English squire, coz," cried the first speaker.

It was a large dry cellar, empty save for the old packing-case.

Although he ate little, the dining-room was empty when he finished.

With the letter in his hand, he sat by his table and looked ahead into the empty years.

Her world was in pieces about her, and she felt alone in a wide and empty place.

Harriet was asleep on the couch at the foot of her bed, and Christine's rooms were empty.

Besides, the empty jar will save trouble at the customhouse.

I've been empty too often myself not to sympathize with its condition.

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