View definitions for vacating
adjective as in transient
adjective as in transient/transitory
When you bite into those vacated cells, you experience that delightful crispy texture.
Jones got into the race in July, when it appeared that Herring was going to vacate the position.
During the pandemic, many actors, directors, writers, and others have vacated urban cultural centers for locales offering more space and affordability.
During that time, judges have sentenced at least 37 renters to jail after charges stemming from the law, which is officially known as “failure to pay rent, failure to vacate.”
In New Orleans, Adams will step into a role vacated by Derrick Favors, who opted to leave the Pelicans Friday for the Utah Jazz in free agency.
Letterman is vacating the show “sometime next year,” ending a spectacular and hilarious 30-year run in late-night television.
Vacating the earlier convictions and sentences seems nothing more than the parties' desire to get the deal done.
The opposition asked leave to bring in a bill vacating all grants of Crown property which had been made since the Revolution.
The act vacating extravagant grants of land in New York confirmed.
Peters was also there, packing up the personal effects of the dead man preparatory to vacating the apartment.
They made some excuse to Miss Marcia for immediately vacating the house, and hurried outdoors.
Formal application for the vacating and the giving up of the estate was made by the trustees of the Royal Institution.
On this page you'll find 97 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to vacating, such as: ephemeral, fleeting, short-term, transitory, brief, and flash.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.