Laila and I had been forced to vacate KL when an unchecked, daylight fire threatened to engulf our entire block.
Prabhakar is politely being asked to vacate his city and his home.
But a years-long effort to vacate their records is finally paying off.
Were Donetsk separatists now going to give up their weapons and vacate the occupied buildings?
There is wide consensus among attorneys that adoptive parents can vacate an adoption if acts of fraud were committed.
If the cabin really caught fire, and began to burn furiously, it would not be long before those within would have to vacate.
He was still sleeping in it, but the day was near when he must vacate.
"Must vacate these premises the first of next February," he echoed, in a very dreary voice.
They then vacate the houses, and leave them to the ants, who soon stream in.
They can vacate any office, can create any office, and without limit fix any salary they choose.
1640s, "to make void, to annul," from Latin vacatum, past participle of vacare "to be empty" (see vain). Meaning "to leave, give up, quit" (a place) is attested from 1791. Related: Vacated; vacating.