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    • completely wanting or lacking
    "the sentence was devoid of meaning"



    1. He is devoid of humor.
    2. He is devoid of human feeling.
    3. He is devoid of common sense.
    4. She is devoid of common sense.
    5. He was devoid of human feeling.
    6. The room was devoid of furniture.
    7. These people are desperate and devoid of hope.
    8. The man was devoid of such human feelings as sympathy.
    9. We all thought she was devoid of sense.
    10. The world which I saw in my dream was a peaceful world devoid of war.
    11. We sometimes disparagingly call noise, music that's insignificant and devoid of any charm.
    12. The stylists, in all their pompous, branded majesty, doubted that the girl who had just approached them was fixable: her clothes were greasy, tattered, and devoid of rhinestones and logos.
    13. A language is the foremost expression or artifact of any national culture, hence a language that isn't an expression of any particular heritage, is doomed to remain a mere universalist manifestation devoid of concrete daily usage.
    14. trade marks which are devoid of any distinctive character;
    15. As these commitments are now devoid of purpose, they should be lifted and the securities should be released.