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  • n  a blank character used to separate successive words in writing or printing
  • n  a blank gap or missing part
  • n  a piece of material ready to be made into something
  • n  a cartridge containing an explosive charge but no bullet
  • v  keep the opposing (baseball) team from winning
  • s  (of a surface) not written or printed on
    blank pages
    fill in the blank spaces
  • s  void of expression
    a blank stare
  • s  not charged with a bullet
    a blank cartridge

  • Benito Mussolini pointed a shiny black pistol at the League of Nations last week, fired a thunderous blank.
  • British editions of The Economist ran an otherwise blank page with a box explaining that a review of Spycatcher was appearing in all 170 countries where the magazine has .
  • Many blank ballots were expected to be cast by such Catholics as consider the Premier too innovating a New Dealer.
News & Articles


  • Ryan Crocker in Reuters
    We do expect results, as do the Iraqi people, and our support is not a blank check,Crocker said.
  • Scott McClellan in International Herald Tribune
    I was reluctant to do it,McClellan told the Democratic-led panel. "I got on the phone with Scooter Libby and asked him point-blank, 'Were you involved in this in any way?' And he assured me in unequivocal terms that he was not."
  • Howard Stern in CBS News
    I am not married. It's a nice feeling that we get along great. We're very happy and I don't want to (blank) it up,said Stern, who is finally free of government decency laws on Sirius Satellite Radio Inc.

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