devoid
[dɪ'vɔɪd]

adjective

[Definition]: lack of, do not have

[Example Phrases]:
• the romote island is devoid of life
• devoid of any hinges
• callous and devoid
• as callous and devoid
• devoid of any serious evidence
• devoid of any character

[Example Sentences]:
1. But is your life really devoid of PCs
2. He who is devoid of the power to forgive is devoid of the power to love
3. Over the last few days, your approach has been devoid of any serious solution to the crisis, she wrote
4. In 17 years of public relations work, she has yet to take a vacation devoid of that dreaded phone call from the office
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