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Spell check of empty

Correct spelling: empty

Synonyms:
catatonic, absent, fatigue, dispatch, annihilate, empty of, drained, countermand, waste, rescind, exculpate, pump out, expel, gone, unfrequented, impassive, drain, leisure, unoccupied, nonexistence, resign, hungry, eject, numb, chimerical, destitute, abstract, mindless, deprived of, catheterize, depart, disintegrate, inefficient, stripped, exonerate, ineffectual, vacant, uninhabited, abandon, intangible, barren of, clear, unsubstantial, acquit, apparitional, controlled, vacate, passive, vain, discharge, renounce, repeal, come in, suck dry, abortive, innocent of, devoid, vacuous, deadpan, ineffective, unemployed, dehydrate, stark, empty-bellied, exhausted, unconcrete, ransacked, no-show, swab, departed, void, debilitate, glazed, tip, elsewhere, expressionless, blank, exhaust, futile, assoil, fatuous, looted, insignificance, faulty, false, meaningless, untenanted, break, asinine, free, catch, sap, evacuate, pillaged, desiccate, chaffy, inefficacious, emptied, overturn, tenuous, burst, spectral, famished, muster out, blot, starved, bereft of, unprofitable, barren, dash, fire, away, starving, inessential, desolate, devoid of, neutral, put down, release, unexisting, course, desert, wring out, null, useless, deserted, revoke, depleted, insincere, unsuccessful, no-good, worthless, stanch, tip up, senseless, derelict, peckish, purposeless, dissipate, abandoned, wipe, dry, channel, white, fruitless, vaporize, glassy, give up, plundered, parch, evaporate, full, filled, idle, phantasmal, unload, crest, unreal, defective, restrained, unproductive, deepen, inexpressive, disappear, unavailing, profitless, toom, avoid, solemn, annul, lacking, open, unfilled, set down, quash, junky, unresponsive, deflate, uncrowded, clean, weightless, turn out, enervate, immaterial, lift, wither, pathetic, drop off, nullify, unpack, void of, reverse, lifeless, omit, wanting, illusory, broken, innocent, bootless, unemotional, empty-handed, undemonstrative, negative, forsake, inane, bare, valueless, cast up, tap, go off, drop, non-subsistent, leave, dehumidify, missing, pointless, impalpable, destitute of, truant, complete, invalidate, omitted, hollow, emotionless, vitiate, mop, empty-headed, ethereal, nonexistent, out, otiose, stolid.

Antonyms:
flooded, air-filled, instinct, pregnant, gesticulative, energetic, cherished, esteemed, crowded, dynamic, effervescent, loaded, realizable, well-lined, crammed, expansive, prized, unrestrained, provided, replete, precious, momentous, overflowing, effectual, overloaded, functional, stuffed, workable, fruitful, priceless, worthy, active, untasted, laden, brimfull, high-grade, filled, feasible, heavy, valid, telling, theatrical, satiated, chockablock, overstuffed, applicable, practical, vivacious, suggestive, key, gesticulatory, riddled, worthwhile, teeming, fill, valuable, furnished, unreserved, responsive, afloat, virtuous, sated, jammed, major, productive, make full, weighty, interested, inhabited, meaningful, rational, profitable, adequate, brimming, logical, fill up, sufficient, complete, demonstrative, exuberant, melodramatic, expressive, supplied, invaluable, alive, brimful, busy, congested, practicable, surfeited, undrained, useful, effective, overfed, engorged, choke-full, occupied, gorged, lively, satiate, deadly, gestic, gestural, choice, weighed down, bright, cram full, fancy, awash, eloquent, full, chock-full, fraught, revealing, reasonable, consequential, chockful, potent, important, animated, thirsty, revelatory, brimmed, usable, inundated, chuck-full, satisfied, untouched, emotional, efficacious, overfull, efficient, glutted, overladen, ladened, eventful, treasured, substantial, special, successful, flush, exceptional, significant, engaged, packed.

Examples of usage:

1) It is now about four o'clock; it's quiet enough in those empty streets now. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

2) There was an empty chair beside her, and he took it as his right. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.

3) The country is just as big, but it isn't quite so- so empty, you see. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.

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