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vacant


vacant

adjective

Definition of VACANT

1
lacking contents that could or should be present <a vacant room that could be converted into a classroom>
Synonyms bare, blank, clean, devoid, stark, toom [chiefly Scottish], vacant, vacuous, void
Antonyms full
2
not being in a state of use, activity, or employment <looking for vacant land on which to build a house>
4
left unoccupied or unused <police discovered that vagrants had been sleeping in the vacant warehouse>

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