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Devoid

De`void´
v. t.1.To empty out; to remove.
a.1.Void; empty; vacant.
2.Destitute; not in possession; - with of; as, devoid of sense; devoid of pity or of pride.
Adj.1.devoid - completely lacking
bankrupt in, bare, bare of, barren, bereft of, bland, blank, bleached, characterless, clear, deficient, denuded of, deprived of, destitute, destitute of, devoid of, empty, empty of, existless, featureless, for want of, forlorn of, hollow, in default of, in want of, inane, innocent, insipid, lacking, minus, missing, needing, negative, nonexistent, null, null and void, out of, out of pocket, scant of, short, short of, shy, shy of, unblessed with, unexisting, unpossessed of, unrelieved, vacant, vacuous, void, void of, wanting, white, with nothing inside, without being, without content
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Devisee
Deviser
devising
Devisor
Devitable
devitalisation
devitalise
devitalization
Devitalize
Devitation
Devitrification
Devitrify
devo
Devocalize
Devocation
devoice
-- Devoid --
devoid of
Devoir
Devolute
Devolution
Devolve
devolve on
Devolvement
Devon
Devonian
Devonian age
Devonian period
Devonshire
Devonshire cream
Devoration
Devotary
Devote
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