emptiest emptiest


  1. (n) a container that has been emptied
  2. (v) make void or empty of contents
  3. (v) become empty or void of its content
  4. (v) leave behind empty; move out of
  5. (v) remove
  6. (v) excrete or discharge from the body
  7. (adj) holding or containing nothing
  8. (adj) devoid of significance or point
  9. (adj) needing nourishment
  10. (adj) emptied of emotion


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  1. Florida was once a swampy rural backwater, the poorest and emptiest state in the South.
  2. Freight cars were at the year's emptiest.
  3. His portraits of that time were, comparatively, the emptiest he ever did.


  1. Politicians often "praise educators in speeches and photo ops, but abandon them when it comes to providing the resources they need to do the job," Obama said. "There's no better example of this than the law that has become one of the emptiest...
    on Jul 5, 2007 By: Barack Obama Source: Arkansas Times

  2. "The run was great," Peca said Tuesday as he took off his shoulder pads in the Oilers dressing room. "Playing in the finals was great. Losing was devastating, especially based on the goal that we lost on. It leaves you with the emptiest of...
    on May 30, 2006 By: Michael Peca Source: ESPN

  3. "The emptiest suit I have ever encountered in 25 years in politics," McClintock said.
    on May 24, 2006 By: Tom McClintock Source: San Diego Union Tribune

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