void[ void ]SEE DEFINITION OF void
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VOID
But just ere the silent became unendurable, a thought appeared in the void.
Inspector Burke himself filled the void in the halting sentence.
The Trainer's admonition seemed like a cry to a cyclone, as void of usefulness.
As this marriage was null and void, there was no Marchioness of Morella.
And not a muscle of his face stirred; he simply gazed into the void.
They replied hotly but blindly, and in a moment the room was void of assailants.
It had grown to be repulsive, and he knew not how to fill the void in his life.
She had changed Naples into a diaper of jewels sparkling softly in the void.
In a minute his life had been swept away; the world was now all black and void.
A new son had replaced the one she had lost, and helped to fill the void in her heart.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR VOID
- cast out
- give off
- give out
- give vent to
- let off
- send forth
- send out
- throw out