[ dih-void ]
/ dɪˈvɔɪd /
not possessing, untouched by, void, or destitute (usually followed by of).
verb (used with object)
to deplete or strip of some quality or substance: imprisonment that devoids a person of humanity.
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Example sentences from the Web for devoid
They are devoided of personal interest in order to prevent the attention of the spectator from being fixed upon them.Major Prophets of To-Day|Edwin E. Slosson
British Dictionary definitions for devoid
/ (dɪˈvɔɪd) /
(postpositive foll by of) destitute or void (of); free (from)
Word Origin for devoid
C15: originally past participle of devoid (vb) to remove, from Old French devoidier, from de- de- + voider to void
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