[d_ɪ_v_ˈɔɪ_d], [dɪvˈɔ͡ɪd], [dɪvˈɔ‍ɪd]

Definitions of devoid:

  1.   Void; empty; vacant.
  2.   Vacant; destitute.
  3.   Destitute; free from.
  4.   Empty; vacant; free from; destitute.
  5.   Quite void: destitute: free from.
  6.   completely lacking
  7.   Destitute; with of.
  8.   To empty out; to remove.
  9.   Destitute; not in possession; - with of; as, devoid of sense; devoid of pity or of pride.
  10.   Entirely without; lacking; destitute: with of.

Antonyms for devoid:

bursting, lousy, existent, furnished, existing, replete, loaded, chock-full, saturated, awash, stuffed, abundant, flush, abounding, occupied, fraught, teeming, packed, brimming, swarming, crowded, rife, Thronging, brimful, thick, bulging, Supplied, full, overflowing, Provided, complete, filled, chockablock, jam-packed, fat, Crammed, jammed.

Quotes for devoid:

  1. A person cannot love a plant after he has pruned it, then he has either done a poor job or is devoid of emotion. – Liberty Hyde Bailey
  2. Whoever knows that the mind is a fiction and devoid of anything real knows that his own mind neither exists nor doesn't exist. – Bodhidharma
  3. Actors cannot choose the manner in which they are born. Consequently, it is the one gesture in their lives completely devoid of self -consciousness. – Helen Hayes
  4. There is just so much stuff in the world that, to me, is devoid of any real substance, value, and content that I just try to make sure that I am working on things that matter. – Dean Kamen
  5. A society in which vocation and job are separated for most people gradually creates an economy that is often devoid of spirit, one that frequently fills our pocketbooks at the cost of emptying our souls. – Sam Keen
  6. We must develop and maintain the capacity to forgive. He who is devoid of the power to forgive is devoid of the power to love. There is some good in the worst of us and some evil in the best of us. When we discover this, we are less prone to hate our enemies. – Martin Luther King, Jr.
  7. Superstitions and belief in magic are perennial in just the same way as religion, and something near to being universal among mankind; and why this is so may be interesting, but in most cases the beliefs themselves are devoid of interesting content, at least to me. – Bryan Magee
  8. It is better to lose everything you have to keep the balance of justice level, than to live a life of petty privilege devoid of true freedom. – Bryant H. McGill
  9. The work of art, just like any fragment of human life considered in its deepest meaning, seems to me devoid of value if it does not offer the hardness, the rigidity, the regularity, the luster on every interior and exterior facet, of the crystal. – Pope Paul VI
  10. Let us leave pretty women to men devoid of imagination. – Marcel Proust
  11. Consequently the student who is devoid of talent will derive no more profit from this work than barren soil from a treatise on agriculture. – Quintilian
  12. Modern Armenia survived only because it was the single province controlled, and protected, by the Russian Empire. The rest of the territory within its historical borders is almost wholly devoid of ethnic Armenians. – John Shimkus
  13. Macroeconomic policy can never be devoid of politics: it involves fundamental trade -offs and affects different groups differently. – Joseph Stiglitz
  14. In the issue war in Iraq, it was very clear to me that the policies that were being espoused by neoconservatives were totally devoid of substance- but they marketed it wonderfully. – Joseph C. Wilson

Usage examples for devoid:

  1. My opinions have been formed in what must seem a plain and homely world to you, quite devoid of the elegance and fashion to which you have been accustomed." ” – From Jest to Earnest by E. P. Roe
  2. “ " It is indeed the right of Monsieur," said Antoinette, respectfully, but with a twinkle in her eye not devoid of significance. ” – The Morals of Marcus Ordeyne by William J. Locke
  3. And devoid too, of any pity, of any tender feelings. ” – The Pygmy Planet by John Stewart Williamson
  4. Miss Mangan's marriage, which alone would have made an epoch, was fixed for Thursday, December 12th; but this, it need scarcely be said, was a matter that, though soul- stirring, was devoid of the element of surprise. ” – Mount Music by E. Oe. Somerville and Martin Ross
  5. “ A nation may be very big in point of territory and population and yet be devoid of true greatness. ” – Character by Samuel Smiles
  6. The building is altogether very successful, in a style which is so much made use of but which is really devoid of any distinct artistic merit. ” – The Art of the Exposition by Eugen Neuhaus
  7. “ No one devoid of honor can be a Falkenried. ” – The Northern Light by E. Werner
  8. “ Is your heart of stone, your mind devoid of pity and of conscience? ” – The Puppet Crown by Harold MacGrath
  9. Oh, what an easy, quiet mind, thought Thady, must that man have- how devoid of care and fear must he be, to be able to sit there motionless all the live- long day, and not feel it dreary, long, endless, insupportable, as he did. ” – The Macdermots of Ballycloran by Anthony Trollope
  10. Do you think I am devoid of reason? ” – An Outcast of the Islands by Joseph Conrad
  11. Our guest certainly was not devoid of humor, and I was convinced, as I watched the play of his features, that he apprehended and appreciated the reason for their retirement. ” – The Busted Ex-Texan and Other Stories by W. H. H. Murray
  12. The old records are nearly or quite devoid of information relating to the intelligence, character, and social position of Margaret Jones. ” – Witchcraft of New England Explained by Modern Spiritualism by Allen Putnam
  13. It led, in fact, to a vault- like underground cellar whose solid walls were totally devoid of outlet. ” – The Heath Hover Mystery by Bertram Mitford
  14. Low as I have fallen, I will never accept from a man a mere passion devoid of respect and honor. ” – A Day Of Fate by E. P. Roe
  15. He was not entirely devoid of awe of the Lady Barbara, and would have liked his children to be on their best behaviour before her. ” – Countess Kate by Charlotte M. Yonge
  16. “ For if you came to that, why might not men, as well as women, be divided into the same three classes, and be pronounced upon by women, as beings even more devoid than their gentle judges of reason? ” – Lorna Doone, A Romance of Exmoor by R. D. Blackmore
  17. As she was utterly devoid of true tenderness, so also was she devoid of conscience. ” – The Eustace Diamonds by Anthony Trollope
  18. His emotion is much less interesting to him than his will, and it is less intense, and often quite devoid of any personal character. ” – Musicians of To-Day by Romain Rolland Commentator: Claude Landi
  19. His task was so easy and so devoid of danger, under the circumstances, that he even smiled darkly, as he set the key in the lock, at the thought of the more clumsy burglar whom he had detected there. ” – The New Rector by Stanley J. Weyman
  20. Then Sister Tobias said in a tone devoid of all expression: " The Mother knows best, dearie, of course. ” – The Dop Doctor by Clotilde Inez Mary Graves

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