Thesaurus / vacant

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In 2016, the city agreed to purchase a downtown high-rise, but it now sits vacant, because of asbestos violations, costing taxpayers about $18,000 a day.
For weeks, city leaders have been reeling over the hundreds of millions of dollars it could take to fix or walk away from the downtown high rise that has for months sat vacant.
Meanwhile, on the windward side, the mover may have exposed a formerly interior penguin to the boundary by leaving his old spot vacant.
MATH OF THE PENGUINSSUSAN D'AGOSTINOAUGUST 17, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
There’s a lot of vacant industrial space that could easily house tens of thousands of units.
There are of course plenty of theories as to why so many storefronts in New York are vacant.
The kindness of some monks supplied him with his first workshop, which was the vacant cell of a monastery.
Some are dreaming; you see it in the vacant eye, the listless face, the expression that betrays hopeless intoxication.
A BIT OF OLD CHINACHARLES WARREN STODDARD
That over, for the rest of the evening and till milking time in the morning the meadows will be vacant.
THE HILLS AND THE VALERICHARD JEFFERIES
There was a vacant chair by her side, and he was glad to occupy it.
LOTHAIRBENJAMIN DISRAELI
Perhaps the vacant place at the board day by day was an offence to the conservative eye of Mistress Susan.
THE LOST TREASURE OF TREVLYNEVELYN EVERETT-GREEN

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