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Friday, 11 March 2011

Stuart's Daily Word Spot: Vacant

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Vacant: adjective – an office or position unfilled or unoccupied; containing nothing, empty, uninhabited, untenanted; either occupied nor in use; devoid of or lacking something, entirely free from; showing inattention, lack of intelligence, or thought, empty-headed, expressionless, inane.

'Her expression entirely vacant, Clarissa stared across the vacant lot to where the house stood with its windows broken, doors open and rooms all vacant, as the occupiers had left it when the bomb had dropped.'
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