vacated

[ vey-keyt or, esp. British, vuh-keyt, vey- ]SEE DEFINITION OF vacated

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VACATED

Mrs. Vansittart and Dorothy ascended the bank to the spot just vacated by White.

Fyles was hooking his reins over the post Charlie had vacated.

Louise rose as he approached and motioned him to take her vacated place.

Arizona had vacated his favorite seat, and was now holding the floor.

“I want to talk to you,” she said, pointing at the rocking-chair she had just vacated.

Within half an hour the rooms occupied by Sir Charles and Agnes are vacated.

There was keen competition for the chair of Astronomy which the death of Ussher vacated.

It only came to light after my mother's death in 1896 when the house at Down was vacated.

"Sit down," she commanded, sinking into the chair I had vacated.

Then he walked uncertainly to the seat which she had just vacated.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR VACATED

unloaded

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