English version

devoid

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdevoidde‧void /dɪˈvɔɪd/ adjective formal   be devoid of something
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devoidThe place is small, starkly lit and devoid of decorative embellishments.Other than the dark, waxed limousine, the space was devoid of furniture.Even the marriage itself was devoid of love.Strung between the lamp-posts like gelatine they were devoid of nocturnal magic in the middle of a winter day.He was about forty-five, and seemed devoid of personality.But Stilwell viewed the world in simplistic terms, devoid of subtlety or nuance.Most of the island was cleared for phosphates, leaving it devoid of vegetation.To avoid the window tax many were either devoid or severely deficient in natural light.
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