1 law : having no legal force or effect The contract is void. This sales offer is void where prohibited by law.

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b : having no members or examples specifically, of a suit : having no cards represented in a particular hand

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empty, vacant, blank, void, vacuous mean lacking contents which could or should be present. empty suggests a complete absence of contents. an empty bucket vacant suggests an absence of appropriate contents or occupants. a vacant apartment blank stresses the absence of any significant, relieving, or intelligible features on a surface. a blank wall void suggests absolute emptiness as far as the mind or senses can determine. a statement void of meaning vacuous suggests the emptiness of a vacuum and especially the lack of intelligence or significance. a vacuous facial expression

Adjective This sales offer is void where prohibited by law. an agreement is void if obtained by force Noun the great voids between galaxies a repressed memory that left a huge void in her recollection of her adolescent years Verb The judge voided the contract. Any unauthorized repairs will void the warranty.

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Recent Examples on the Web: Adjective When Jon Gruden resigned as head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders earlier this month in October amid the scandal involving his racist, homophobic and misogynistic language in emails, the organization found itself with a leadership void. — Mike Jones, USA TODAY, 26 Oct. 2021 Portugal is one country stepping up to fill the quality product void, away from fast fashion, for many luxury brands: Portugal can produce their luxury goods but at more efficient pricing. — Cassell Ferere, Forbes, 22 Oct. 2021 Urban gardens or farms like Victory Garden Initiative have increasingly stepped up to fill the food access void, providing fresh fruits and vegetables as the pandemic drags on. — La Risa R. Lynch, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 22 Oct. 2021 For Diane, the void Mark left in her world is enormous. — Dana Hunsinger Benbow, The Indianapolis Star, 20 Oct. 2021 Therefore, the plaintiffs argue in NC NAACP v. Moore, the Republican Legislature should not have been able to put the measures on the ballot, rendering both of the voters’ verdicts void. — The Editorial Board, WSJ, 3 Oct. 2021 The bill also would reverse a mandate to sell drilling rights in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge’s coastal plain and void nine leases issued in that northeast Alaska region earlier this year. — Jennifer A Dlouhy, Bloomberg.com, 9 Sep. 2021 Far-right politicians have filled the info-void, often with disinformation and extreme diatribes. — Brian Stelter, CNN, 1 Sep. 2021 Judge John Ouderkirk"s previously granted Pitt, 57, more time with the former couple"s five minor children, but his ruling is now void after an open court of appeals hearing on July 9. — Alexia Fernández, PEOPLE.com, 23 July 2021 Recent Examples on the Web: Noun Now, there is no telling what a player will look like in the void of game minutes, but John works out in the offseason in Miami and clearly favors the area. — Ira Winderman, sun-sentinel.com, 26 Oct. 2021 In that void, Powell’s detractors on the left have ramped up their calls against a second term. — Washington Post, 19 Oct. 2021 Journalists like April Ryan and Errin Haines are using their bylines to uplift faces and voices of voter suppression in the void of congressional action on the Voting Rights Act of 1965. — Richard Fowler, Forbes, 29 Sep. 2021 But rather than give us a glimpse into what might constitute working-class culture or popular consumption of the arts, Felix appears to exist in a cultural void. — Jennifer Wilson, The New Republic, 2 Sep. 2021 Neither do sports exist in a void inside the North, where domestic audiences consume messages controlled by the government every step of the way. — Star Tribune, 28 July 2021 In the void of their absence the silence is deafening. — Arkansas Online, 29 June 2021 Meanwhile, speculation from prominent conservative politicians and pundits has flooded into the void. — David Koenig And Ali Swenson, chicagotribune.com, 14 Oct. 2021 Johnson and her cousin Jessica Syburg co-founded the Milwaukee Diaper Mission in September of 2020 to help fill that void. — Talis Shelbourne, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 26 Sep. 2021 Recent Examples on the Web: Verb But state courts still can void maps for being too partisan and race remains a legal tripwire in redistricting. — Bryan Anderson And Nicholas Riccardi, chicagotribune.com, 24 Oct. 2021 The Patriots ultimately announced a two-year extension – but those years would void at the completion of the 2019 league year, and the team would not be able to place the franchise tag on the quarterback.. — Chris Bumbaca, USA TODAY, 1 Oct. 2021 Violations of that law can void agreements even years later. — Jeff Mcdonald, San Diego Union-Tribune, 15 Sep. 2021 And with the right timing and interpretation of the city charter and state law, Johnson could still win the primary -- perhaps even the general election -- and in one scenario, void the elective process. — Robert Higgs, cleveland, 23 Aug. 2021 Some gutter guards might void your roof warranty if their installation process requires sliding under shingles. — Bridget Degnan, Better Homes & Gardens, 16 Aug. 2021 Even if the Baltimore County squatters are convicted of the burglary and other charges — which include malicious destruction of property for changing the locks — that will not necessarily void Modiri’s civil suit, Shellenberger said. — Washington Post, 26 July 2021 Even if the Baltimore County squatters are convicted of the burglary and other charges — which include malicious destruction of property for changing the locks — that won’t necessarily void Modiri’s civil suit, Shellenberger said. — Taylor Deville, baltimoresun.com, 22 July 2021 Some states streamed coverage of their presidential electoral voting On Friday, the Supreme Court rejected a long-shot bid filed by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton to void 20 million votes in four other states. — John Mccormick, WSJ, 15 Dec. 2020

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