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devoid

  • entirely lacking or free from
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Examples

England’s captain and vice-captain find themselves in a team devoid of leadership.

There was also a mysterious strip in the north end zone which was devoid of grass.

This album exposes him as an unremarkable singer, largely devoid of charisma or vocal prowess.

How swiftly events have moved - and in a direction which appears devoid of hope.

The ones I have seen are devoid of any character, any energy and any facilities worth mentioning.

Their comeback might even be viewed as a sign that the Govan men are not entirely devoid of ruthlessness.

It really does bother me so that things have become entirely devoid of wit and creativity.

If, as some say, life is essentially devoid of all meaning, then what are you going to do?

It shows the artist hard at work in his studio, a room entirely devoid of visual stimulation.

Near the Gulf of Mexico is a giant dead zone devoid of fish and other aquatic life.

It is a slippery path, at the bottom of which lies a hollow curriculum, devoid of meaningful content.

The only problem with these theories is that they are entirely devoid of evidence.

Obtusely, in a country devoid of trees, the houses turned out to be prefabricated wooden boxes.

They require total compliance with the line and they are devoid of humour.

The second half was largely devoid of incident until the latter stages, when Elgin had good chances.

This is not to say that, beneath the sparkling verbal surface, the novel is devoid of seriousness.

However, the piece quickly turned into a rant so devoid of content it made me laugh.

They looked devoid of inspiration for a long time but they found it again when they needed it most.

The documents are good on events, but short on emotion, so what results is devoid of soul.

She saw his face and tried to determine how he felt, but his face was devoid of emotions.