Letterman is vacating the show “sometime next year,” ending a spectacular and hilarious 30-year run in late-night television.
vacating the earlier convictions and sentences seems nothing more than the parties' desire to get the deal done.
Then he wrote her a letter, offering her the choice of buying from him or vacating at once.
The Croatians are moving into houses which the Bohemians are vacating.
Was it intended that the Duquettes should recognize the desirability of vacating the farm?
In vacating the hut, the last occupants had left some of the furnishings behind them.
P—— had made the proposal of vacating his cabin; and in a quarter of an hour, King was put to bed.
Mr. Terry insisted on vacating his seat in Mr. Bangs favour.
In speaking he bowed for Violet now was vacating the garden and Leilah who had risen was following her.
And with this vacating of the breakfast-chamber we may as well close the chapter.
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.