vacant : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • s  void of thought or knowledge
    a vacant mind
  • s  without an occupant or incumbent
    the throne is never vacant

  • The controversies surrounding some of the recent gubernatorial appointments to vacant Senate seats make it painfully clear that such appointments are an anachronism that must end.
  • I live in a very prosperous neighborhood of New York City, the Upper West Side, where the main thoroughfare, Broadway, is full of vacant storefronts.
  • In Detroit, 10,000 houses stand vacant, victims of fire.
News & Articles


  • Dick Durbin in FOXNews
    The secretary of the Senate has determined that the new credentials presented today on behalf of Mr. Burris now satisfy Senate Rules and validate his appointment to the vacant Illinois Senate seat,Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said in a...
  • Roberto Donadoni in Independent
    Donadoni said in a statement released to PA Sport: "I would like to thank West Ham United Football Club for approaching and speaking with me in relation to the vacant manager's position at the club. I welcomed the opportunity of speaking with such a...
  • Didier Deschamps in
    Nevertheless, Deschamps added: "Chelsea is different as the place is vacant. I'm flattered to be a possibility. We'll see in the next few days how it goes. Three or four managers are on the list, and I'm one of them. All the big-name managers who...

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