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containing nothing

lacking intelligent thought or content

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a blank character used to separate successive words in writing or printing

a blank gap or missing part

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a piece of material ready to be made into something

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a cartridge containing an explosive charge but no bullet

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keep the opposing (baseball) team from winning

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(of a surface) not written or printed on

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void of expression

not charged with a bullet

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1866, seems to blankly register the source of creation.
Up until a few days ago a lifetime of anonymity was staring at Sabel and all he was doing was staring blankly back.
On Tuesday, Demirdjian shuffled into court, looked briefly at his parents without expression, and sat blankly through much of the testimony.
And when you act as if such gradations are as objective as measurements of temperature - that one's eye is an instrument as reliable as a thermometer - you absolve yourself of any moral responsibility, like the doctor who blankly gives you the bad news in the name of honest truth.
The prostitute stands resolutely, blankly, before Brassai's unflinching eye.
The 18-year-old, who did not enter a plea, stared blankly from the back of a police van after hearing a list of charges against him.
Invariably, it's just plain impossible to buy whatever performer is playing dress-up as some famous someone; the stories tend to be trite variations on the old rags-to-riches theme; and the lead character usually has virtually no interior life or personality - he or she simply reacts blankly or enthusiastically to all the surrounding fabulousness.
Unambiguously oral--but never fixated at this stage--they seem silently to stutter and scream, spasmodically to gesticulate and blankly to stare, as if the messages they wanted to convey were both impossible to express and simple, simultaneously nonverbal and part of a common language.
He then relates the tale of Adam and Eve - Sendhil Ramamurthy and Terri Seymour play their characters hilariously blankly, suggesting God didn't get around to inventing facial expressions until the 10th or 11th day.
He added: "I've seen bits of it since and I just stare blankly at them.
Juniors and seniors, wearing white T-shirts that read ``CV 101,'' tried to teach school cheers and songs to the new students but many sat there staring blankly.
Lots of mums know that feeling of pulling identical school jumpers out of the washingmachine only to stare at them blankly trying to work out which of your children they belong to.
His shrunken entourage sat nearby, staring blankly into a gusty wind.
ALLEGED granny killer James Clark stares blankly from the dock as he is remanded in custody by a judge.
Gardner, who pleaded guilty to the charges June 15 and has been in custody since June 5, was silent and staring blankly as the verdict was read.