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non-subsistent, barren, unexisting, absent, nonexistent, empty, imaginary, vacant, vacuous, negative, meaningless, void, devoid.
inessential, ethereal, apparitional, phantasmal, chimerical, spectral, intangible, vacant, nonexistence, unconcrete, vacuous, weightless, illusory, tenuous, impalpable, unreal, empty, immaterial, insignificance, unsubstantial.
meaninglessness, vacuousness, vacancy, emptiness, barrenness, nonentity, nihility, void, nonexistence, nullity, nil, vacuity, cipher, non-subsistence, naught, nothingness.
cryptograph, zilch, baseless, zip fastener, idle, unprofitable, nada, slide fastener, postal code, null and void, inoperative, ill-defined, two-edged, zipper, no-good, useless, postcode, futile, naught, aught, nil, unserviceable, junky, goose egg, cypher, equivocal, nix, unsatisfying, trifling, vigour, worthless, secret code, vigor, nugatory, unimportant, vapid, visionary, nonbinding, profitless, ambiguity, cipher, nobody, hollow, invalid, shadowy, double-edged, vain, inconstant, nought, bootless, absence, chaffy, trivial, zippo, nothing, delusive, ambiguous, abortive, zero, nonsense, zip, bad, unavailing, cryptic, nonvalid, zero point, ineffectual, deceitful, fruitless, void, energy.
Her father's suspicions being aroused, and the facts of the marriage explained to him, he made inquiries and induced others to pursue them, which ended in the appearance of the real Count de Horn, and the unmasking of the impostor, who only laughed at his dupe, and commanded her to follow him, claiming that entire control over her person and property to which the poor woman believed he was entitled, until further inquiries brought to light the fact that the man had been previously married, when the false marriage was formally declared null and void. - "Curiosities of Impecuniosity", H. G. Somerville.
What was, shall live as before; The evil is null, is naught, is silence implying sound; What was good, shall be good, with, for evil, so much good more; On the earth the broken arcs; in the heaven, a perfect round. - "Who Goes There?", Blackwood Ketcham Benson.
It had become a centre of corruption, which destroyed moral sense and rendered religious sentiment null. - "Cavour", Countess Evelyn Martinengo-Cesaresco.