void
1. [ adjective ] (law) lacking any legal or binding force
Synonyms: null nugatory
Examples:

"null and void"

Related terms: law invalid
2. [ noun ] the state of nonexistence
Synonyms: nullity nothingness
Related terms: nonexistence air thin_air invalidate
3. [ verb ] (law) take away the legal force of or render ineffective;
Synonyms: vitiate invalidate
Examples:

"invalidateas a contract"

Related terms: validate change vitiation
4. [ verb ] (law) declare invalid
Synonyms: invalidate avoid quash nullify annul
Examples:

"The contract was annulled" "avoid a plea"

Related terms: validate cancel break stet nullifier invalidator nothingness annulment
5. [ adjective ] containing nothing
Examples:

"the earth was without form, and void"

Related terms: empty
6. [ verb ] excrete or discharge from the body
Synonyms: eliminate empty evacuate
Related terms: discharge excrete suction emptying elimination defecator
7. [ verb ] clear (a room, house, place) of occupants
Examples:

"The concert hall was voided of the audience" to empty or clear (a place, receptacle, etc.) of something "The chemist voided the glass bottle"

Related terms: empty
8. [ noun ] an empty area or space
Synonyms: vacancy vacuum emptiness
Examples:

"the huge desert voids" "the emptiness of outer space" "without their support he'll be ruling in a vacuum"

Related terms: space
Similar spelling:   voodoo
  Voth
  vote
  Voit