Definition of vacant:

part of speech: adjective

Empty: exhausted of air: free: not occupied by an incumbent or possessor: not occupied with study, etc.: thoughtless.

part of speech: adjective

Empty; not occupied or filled; void of thought.

part of speech: adjective

Empty; lacking thought or reflection; as, a vacant stare; not occupied; as, a vacant building, or a vacant position; not made use of; as, vacant hours; free from care; as, Goldsmith wrote that country life gave the blessing of a vacant mind.

part of speech: adverb


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