Definitions for devoiddɪˈvɔɪd

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

de•voiddɪˈvɔɪd(adj.)

  1. not possessing; totally lacking; destitute (usu. fol. by of).

Origin of devoid:

1350–1400; ME, orig. ptp. of devoyden to drive out, empty < OF desvuidier to empty out =des-dis -1+vuidier to empty, void

Princeton's WordNet

  1. barren, destitute, devoid, free, innocent(adj)

    completely wanting or lacking

    "writing barren of insight"; "young recruits destitute of experience"; "innocent of literary merit"; "the sentence was devoid of meaning"

Wiktionary

  1. devoid(Adjective)

    empty; having none of; completely without

    I went searching for a knife, but the kitchen was devoid of anything sharper than a spoon.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Devoid(verb)

    to empty out; to remove

  2. Devoid(verb)

    void; empty; vacant

  3. Devoid(verb)

    destitute; not in possession; -- with of; as, devoid of sense; devoid of pity or of pride

Freebase

  1. Devoid

    Devoid is the first official album released by Italian melodic death metal band Dark Lunacy.


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Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary

devoid(adjective)

(with of ) free from or lacking

That is devoid of any meaning.

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