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non-subsistent, unexisting, meaningless, empty, vacuous, vacant, devoid, nonexistent, barren, null.
nonexistence, vacancy, lack, emptiness, want, vacuity, abstraction, omission, absence, truancy.
nought, zilch, nothing, nullity, nil, blank, dummy, nobody, naught, aught, cipher, zero.
nil, blank, zero, none.
departed, vacant, out, away, absent, missing, empty, wanting, no-show, omitted, gone, truant, abstract, lacking, elsewhere, nonexistent.
meaninglessness, vacuity, nullity, emptiness, barrenness, nonentity, nihility, vacuousness, nonexistence, null, nil, vacancy, cipher, non-subsistence, naught, nothingness.
abstract, leave, absent, empty, omit, vacate, depart, evacuate.
stave off, nonbinding, deflower, waste, demoralize, cancel, rejected, bad, debauch, fend off, rescind, civil, fruitless, vain, forfend, subdue, nothingness, empty, bereft, invalid, hollow, mar, unoccupied, idle words, worthless, deflect, sadness, forefend, ineffective, bankrupt, forsaken, hole, blankness, corrupt, defecate, forgotten, malarky, abandoned, valid, vacated, reverse, impair, jazz, toom, spoil, come in, distress, misdirect, vanity, vacuum, pervert, subjugate, keep off, bursting, inoperative, invalidate, lacuna, deprave, unfilled, innocent, constipated, debar, untenanted, depression, vitiate, bedwetting, countermand, derelict, null and void, deserted, missing person, wind, nullify, disappointment, ward off, overturn, common law, avoid, extraterritorial, vacancy, criminal, avert, codify, egestion, amend, vacuum cleaner, abolish, gap, malarkey, dry, ineffectual, extrajudicial, discharge, null, sterile, neutralize, clean, remorse, neutralise, space, nullity, quash, debase, full, abrogate, emptiness, negate, reduce, amendment, decriminalize, destitute, enabling, obviate, leisure, bowel movement, head off, absentee, nonvalid, unemployed, criminalize, desolate, desolation, bare, effective, evacuate, missing link, forensic, repress, keep down, profane, subvert, criminally, misery, set aside, bring in, crap, uncrowded, annul, repeal, nugatory, antitrust, grief, abandon, lift, sorrow, backdate, regret, revoke, stark, demoralise, clear, useless, disused, constipation.
And this I did to the best of my power, though void of skill in the business; and more inclined to weep with them than to check their weeping. - "Lorna Doone, A Romance of Exmoor", R. D. Blackmore.
The earth was without form and void. - "The Seaboard Parish, Complete", George MacDonald.
The old bitter pain was gone, but there was no mere void in its place. - "Hillsboro People", Dorothy Canfield.
void of, voids, Voix Celeste.