EMPTIED: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for EMPTIED?

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Associations of "Emptied" (30 Words)

abandonedFree from constraint- Liam O’Flaherty.
Weed grown yard of an abandoned farmhouse.
anarchistAn advocate of anarchism.
An anarchist newspaper.
anarchyThe organization of society on the basis of voluntary cooperation, without political institutions or hierarchical government; anarchism.
He must ensure public order in a country threatened with anarchy.
blankA document with blank spaces to be filled.
Those blank moments aboard airplanes.
countermandDeclare (a vote or election) invalid.
He was already countermanding her.
depleteUse up the supply or resources of.
Reservoirs have been depleted by years of drought.
deserted(of a place) empty of people.
Deserted beaches of soft sand.
destituteCompletely wanting or lacking.
Young recruits destitute of experience.
devoidCompletely wanting or lacking.
The sentence was devoid of meaning.
disrepairPoor condition of a building or structure due to neglect.
The station gradually fell into disrepair.
evacuate(of troops) withdraw from (a place.
The last British troops evacuated the Canal Zone.
famishDie of food deprivation.
Many famished in the countryside during the drought.
hollowAs if echoing in a hollow space.
A hollow groan.
hungerFeel or suffer hunger.
He hungered for a sense of self worth.
hungryFeeling hunger; feeling a need or desire to eat food.
Grasping power hungry individuals.
impassiveDeliberately impassive in manner.
His cold impassive face.
impoverishMake (a person or area) poor.
The soil was impoverished by annual burning.
nihilistA person who believes that life is meaningless and rejects all religious and moral principles.
It is impossible to argue against a nihilist.
pennilessNot having enough money to pay for necessities.
A penniless young student.
ravenous(of hunger or need) very great; voracious.
A ravenous boy.
revokeOfficially cancel (a decree, decision, or promise.
The men appealed and the sentence was revoked.
starveDeprive of food.
The political prisoners starved to death.
starvingThe act of depriving of food or subjecting to famine.
The world s starving children.
thirstA physiological need to drink.
He is oblivious to all the thirst around him.
vacancyAn unoccupied position or job.
Vacancy vanity and inane deception.
vacant(of a position or employment) not filled.
The throne is never vacant.
vacateLeave behind empty; move out of.
He vacated his office as Director.
vacuumA vacuum cleaner.
The political vacuum left by the death of the Emperor.
vagrantRelating to or living the life of a vagrant.
Vagrant beggars.
void(in bridge and whist) having been dealt no cards in a particular suit.
Void a plea.

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