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Date: 1200-1300
Language: Old French
Origin: voide, from Vulgar Latin vocitus, from Latin vacuus; VACUOUS

void

2 adjective
     
void2
1 technical a contract or official agreement that is void is not legal and has no effect [= null and void]
2

void of something

literary completely lacking something [= devoid]:
Her eyes were void of all expression.

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