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empty    : ['ɛmpti] ['ɛmti]
Empty \Emp"ty\ (?; 215), a. [Compar. {Emptier}; superl.
{Emptiest}.] [AS. emtig, [ae]mtig, [ae]metig, fr. [ae]mta,
[ae]metta, quiet, leisure, rest; of uncertain origin; cf. G.
emsig busy.]
1. Containing nothing; not holding or having anything within;
void of contents or appropriate contents; not filled; --
said of an inclosure, or a container, as a box, room,
house, etc.; as, an empty chest, room, purse, or pitcher;
an empty stomach; empty shackles.
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2. Free; clear; devoid; -- often with of. "That fair female
troop . . . empty of all good." --Milton.
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I shall find you empty of that fault. --Shak.
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3. Having nothing to carry; unburdened. "An empty messenger."
--Shak.
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When ye go ye shall not go empty. --Ex. iii. 21.
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4. Destitute of effect, sincerity, or sense; -- said of
language; as, empty words, or threats.
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Words are but empty thanks. --Cibber.
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5. Unable to satisfy; unsatisfactory; hollow; vain; -- said
of pleasure, the world, etc.
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Pleas'd in the silent shade with empty praise.
--Pope.
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6. Producing nothing; unfruitful; -- said of a plant or tree;
as, an empty vine.
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Seven empty ears blasted with the east wind. --Gen.
xli. 27.
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7. Destitute of, or lacking, sense, knowledge, or courtesy;
as, empty brains; an empty coxcomb.
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That in civility thou seem'st so empty. --Shak.
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8. Destitute of reality, or real existence; unsubstantial;
as, empty dreams.
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Note: Empty is used as the first element in a compound; as,
empty-handed, having nothing in the hands, destitute;
empty-headed, having few ideas; empty-hearted,
destitute of feeling.

Syn: See {Vacant}.
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Empty \Emp"ty\, n.; pl. {Empties}.
An empty box, crate, cask, etc.; -- used in commerce, esp. in
transportation of freight; as, "special rates for empties."
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Empty \Emp"ty\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Emptied}; p. pr. & vb. n.
{Emptying}.]
To deprive of the contents; to exhaust; to make void or
destitute; to make vacant; to pour out; to discharge; as, to
empty a vessel; to empty a well or a cistern.
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The clouds . . . empty themselves upon the earth.
--Eccl. xi. 3.
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Empty \Emp"ty\, v. i.
1. To discharge itself; as, a river empties into the ocean.
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2. To become empty. "The chapel empties." --B. Jonson.
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empty
adj 1: holding or containing nothing; "an empty glass"; "an
empty room"; "full of empty seats"; "empty hours" [ant:
{full}]
2: devoid of significance or point; "empty promises"; "a hollow
victory"; "vacuous comments" [synonym: {empty}, {hollow},
{vacuous}]
3: needing nourishment; "after skipped lunch the men were empty
by suppertime"; "empty-bellied children" [synonym: {empty},
{empty-bellied}]
4: emptied of emotion; "after the violent argument he felt
empty"
n 1: a container that has been emptied; "return all empties to
the store"
v 1: make void or empty of contents; "Empty the box"; "The alarm
emptied the building" [ant: {fill}, {fill up}, {make full}]
2: become empty or void of its content; "The room emptied" [synonym:
{empty}, {discharge}] [ant: {fill}, {fill up}]
3: leave behind empty; move out of; "You must vacate your office
by tonight" [synonym: {vacate}, {empty}, {abandon}]
4: remove; "Empty the water"
5: excrete or discharge from the body [synonym: {evacuate}, {void},
{empty}]

354 Moby Thesaurus words for "empty":
abandoned, absurd, aimless, airy, apparently sound, arid, asinine,
awkward, banal, bare, barren, baseless, blah, bland, blank,
blankminded, bleached, bleed, bloodless, blow, blow out, bootless,
broach, callow, calm, cast out, casuistic, catchpenny,
characterless, cheap, clean, clean out, clear, clear away,
clear off, clear out, clear the decks, cold, colorable, colorless,
counterproductive, dead, deadpan, decant, deceptive, defecate,
deplete, depleted, deserted, designless, desolate, destitute,
destitute of, devoid, devoid of, discharge, dishonest,
disingenuous, dismal, dog-hungry, draft, draft off, draggy, drain,
drain out, drained, draw, draw from, draw off, drearisome, dreary,
dry, dryasdust, dull, dumb, dump, dusty, effete, eject,
elephantine, eliminate, emptied, empty of, empty out, empty-headed,
empty-minded, empty-pated, empty-skulled, etiolated, evacuate,
exhaust, exhausted, expressionless, fade, fallacious, famished,
famishing, fasting, fatuitous, fatuous, featureless, feckless,
find vent, fishy, flat, flimsy, flow, flow out, foolish, forsaken,
fribble, fribbling, frivolous, frothy, fruitless, futile, garbled,
gauche, glassy, godforsaken, green, groping, groundless, gush,
gush out, half-famished, half-starved, heavy, ho-hum, hollow,
hungering, hungry, hypocritical, idle, ignorant, ill-founded,
illusive, impassive, importless, in want of, inadequate, inane,
incogitant, ineffective, ineffectual, inefficacious, inexcitable,
inexcusable, inexperienced, inexpressive, innocent, inoperative,
insignificant, insincere, insipid, insubstantial, invalid, jejune,
jesuitic, jet, know-nothing, leaden, let, let blood, let out,
lifeless, light, low-spirited, mealymouthed, meaningless, milk,
naive, nescient, new, nirvanic, nonconnotative, nondenotative,
nugacious, nugatory, null, null and void, oblivious, of no force,
otiose, outflow, outpour, overrefined, oversubtle, pale, pallid,
paltry, passive, peckish, pedestrian, petty, phatic,
philosophistic, phlebotomize, pinched with hunger, pipette,
plausible, plodding, pointless, poker-faced, poky, ponderous, pour,
pour out, pump, pump out, purge, purportless, purposeless, put out,
quietistic, rattlebrained, rattleheaded, ravening, ravenous, raw,
relaxed, remove, run out, sans, scatterbrained, scour out,
scrambled, senseless, shallow, sharp-set, silly, simple,
siphon off, slender, slight, slow, sluice out, solemn, sophistic,
sophistical, specious, spent, spew out, spiritless, spout,
spout out, spurt, stark, starved, starving, sterile, stiff, stodgy,
strange to, stuffy, stupid, suck, suck out, superficial,
superfluous, supernumerary, surge, surplus, sweep out, take away,
take out, tap, tasteless, tedious, tentative, thoughtfree,
thoughtless, throw out, tongue in cheek, tranquil, trifling, trite,
trivial, unacquainted, unadorned, unapprized, unavailing, unbased,
uncandid, unclog, uncomprehending, unconversant, undecorated,
unenlightened, unexpressive, unfamiliar, unfilled, unfoul,
unfounded, unfrank, ungrounded, unideaed, unilluminated,
uninformed, uninhabitable, uninhabited, uninitiated,
unintellectual, unintelligent, unknowing, unlively, unload,
unmeaning, unoccupied, unposted, unreasoning, unrelieved, unripe,
unsatisfying, unserious, unsignificant, unsupportable, unsupported,
unsure, unsustainable, unsustained, untenable, untenanted,
unthinking, unused, unversed, unwarranted, useless, vacant, vacate,
vacuous, vain, valueless, vapid, venesect, vent, void, vomit forth,
voracious, wanting, waste, well, well out, white, wild, windy,
with nothing inside, without, without basis, without content,
without foundation, wolfish, wooden, worthless




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