Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [v'ɔɪd]
meaning of the word
lacking any legal or binding force; "null and void"
"I mean it would fall down," said the monk, looking wistfully into the void.
He trained his gaze into the void and succeeded only in augmenting the pain back of his eyes.
Hobbes would have it that man is naturally void of fear, and always intent upon attacking and fighting.
By September it was a corpse, void of emotion, and scarcely hallowed by the memories of thirty years of happiness.
His tail was wholly quivering in the void, Contorting upwards the envenomed fork, That in the guise of scorpion armed its point.
And there I, a fragile flake of soul dust, flickered silently across the void, from the distant blue, into the expanse of the unknown.
But the more successful he is in stuffing everything into his self-consciousness, the more desolate will the void become which surrounds him.
As I gazed at it on that far-gone night it seemed to call across the unthinkable void, to lure me to it, to draw me as the lodestone attracts a particle of iron.
They embrace all unseen agencies, they are void of personality, and yet to the illogical primitive man there is nothing contradictory in making them the object of his prayers.