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Synonyms for void

Synonyms for void

containing nothing

not having a desirable element

a space in an otherwise solid mass

total absence of matter

an interval during which continuity is suspended

a desolate sense of loss

to remove the contents of

to put an end to, especially formally and with authority

Synonyms for void

the state of nonexistence

an empty area or space

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clear (a room, house, place) of occupants or empty or clear (a place or receptacle) of something

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take away the legal force of or render ineffective

excrete or discharge from the body

lacking any legal or binding force

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containing nothing

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That's why the VOID PRO has an all-new unidirectional noise cancelling microphone to enhance voice quality, an LED mute ring indicator for better visibility, and is Discord Certified, so you know that talking to friends will always be simple and stress free.
The literature survey indicated that void size, void location and void percentage cannot be generalized for all devices and it can vary drastically for the same device during mass manufacturing.
Specimens remaining intact after application of 1,000,000 cycles were treated as run-outs in this study, and the S-N curves for unidirectional laminates at different void levels in the longitudinal direction were then obtained by plotting the maximum stress and fatigue life in a semi-logarithmic diagram.
According to the company, NanOss Bioactive bone void filler is an advanced bone graft substitute composed of nano-structured hydroxyapatite granules and an open structured engineered collagen carrier.
These variables, even in combination, have limited and changeable impact on void reduction.
Performing a two sample t-test analysis indicated that Flux B produces fewer voids than Flux A with a statistical confidence of >99.
A void period is the length of time that a rental property is empty, usually between tenancies.
It is recommended that the total air void content for concrete systems be within the range of four to nine percent volume fraction of air.
David Salusbury, NLA chairman, said: "No landlord likes void periods.
According to third person shooter/flight hybrid Dark Void, the Bermuda Triangle is a battleground for aliens and jetpack-wielding humans.
1 (thickness B = 25 mm), with an initiated defect and void placed in the different crack front positions is considered below.
The nighttime void volumes of people with an overactive bladder or primary insomnia were each significantly lower than controls, in an unexpected finding from a small pilot study.
The volume of air created by the lateral grooves that separate each tread block, referred to as a void, is computed at various sampling areas around a tire to generate a void function.
I am cast upon a horrible, desolate island, void of all hope of recovery.
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