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Vacant

Pronunciation of Vacant
/vˈe͡ɪkənt/, /vˈe‍ɪkənt/, /v_ˈeɪ_k_ə_n_t/

Synonyms for vacant:

Sense 2

unused, there, otiose.

Sense 3

vain, free.

Sense 6

bare.

Sense 8

around.

Sense 9

about.

Sense 15

clear.

abstracted

Absent-minded.

empty

hollow.

inexpressive

unexpressive.

abandoned (adjective)

forgotten.

absent (adjective)

no-show, void, elsewhere, nonexistent, departed, out, missing, wanting, truant, gone, absent, away, Omitted, lacking, empty, abstract.

absent-minded; expressionless (adjective)

empty-headed, deadpan, thoughtless, unexpressive, blank, inane, unthinking, inexpressive, vacuous.

empty; unoccupied (adjective)

stark, available, free, idle, unemployed, clear, bare, unused, deserted, unfilled, void, devoid, abandoned, untenanted.

expressionless (adjective)

deadpan.

inactive (adjective)

fallow.

meaningless (adjective)

meaningless.

new (adjective)

unused.

nonexistent (adjective)

barren, null, devoid, unexisting, nonexistent, vacuous, empty, non-subsistent, void, meaningless.

reduced (adjective)

depleted.

thoughtless (adjective)

thoughtless, unreasonable, blank, mindless, illogical, unthoughtful, fatuous, inane, unthinking, brainless, empty-headed, vacuous, unoccupied.

unfilled (adjective)

unfilled.

unsubstantial (adjective)

chimerical, immaterial, nonexistence, apparitional, weightless, inessential, illusory, phantasmal, tenuous, impalpable, spectral, intangible, unreal, unsubstantial, insignificance, unconcrete, null, ethereal, empty, vacuous.

Sense 7 (noun)

vain, otiose, hollow.

vacant (noun)

empty.

Usage examples for vacant:

  • Before it was a vacant space used for games. - "Recollections and Impressions 1822-1890", Octavius Brooks Frothingham.
  • Near the window where I sit is a large, vacant lot. - "One Thousand Secrets of Wise and Rich Men Revealed", C. A. Bogardus.
  • But the president's chair was still vacant. - "The Red Room", August Strindberg.

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