devoid

Devoid vs Obsolete - What's the difference?

devoid | obsolete |


As adjectives the difference between devoid and obsolete

is that devoid is empty; having none of; completely without while obsolete is obsolete, deprecated (computing).

As a verb devoid

is (obsolete) to empty out; to remove.

Devoid vs Minus - What's the difference?

devoid | minus |


As an adjective devoid

is empty; having none of; completely without.

As a verb devoid

is (obsolete) to empty out; to remove.

As a noun minus is

a minus sign.

Devoid vs None - What's the difference?

devoid | none |


As an adjective devoid

is empty; having none of; completely without.

As a verb devoid

is (obsolete) to empty out; to remove.

As a noun none is

an interval of 13 (kleine none'') or 14 (''große none ) half-tones.

Barren vs Devoid - What's the difference?

barren | devoid |


As a noun barren

is bar.

As an adjective devoid is

empty; having none of; completely without.

As a verb devoid is

(obsolete) to empty out; to remove.

Reject vs Devoid - What's the difference?

reject | devoid |


As verbs the difference between reject and devoid

is that reject is to refuse to accept while devoid is (obsolete) to empty out; to remove.

As a noun reject

is something that is rejected.

As an adjective devoid is

empty; having none of; completely without.

Deny vs Devoid - What's the difference?

deny | devoid |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between deny and devoid

is that deny is (obsolete) to refuse (to do or accept something) while devoid is (obsolete) to empty out; to remove.

As verbs the difference between deny and devoid

is that deny is to not allow while devoid is (obsolete) to empty out; to remove.

As an adjective devoid is

empty; having none of; completely without.

Devoid vs Deplete - What's the difference?

devoid | deplete |


As verbs the difference between devoid and deplete

is that devoid is (obsolete) to empty out; to remove while deplete is to empty or unload, as the vessels of the human system, by bloodletting or by medicine.

As an adjective devoid

is empty; having none of; completely without.

Devoid vs Replete - What's the difference?

devoid | replete |


As adjectives the difference between devoid and replete

is that devoid is empty; having none of; completely without while replete is abounding.

As verbs the difference between devoid and replete

is that devoid is (obsolete) to empty out; to remove while replete is to restore something that has been depleted.

As a noun replete is

a honeypot ant.

Defect vs Devoid - What's the difference?

defect | devoid |


As verbs the difference between defect and devoid

is that defect is to abandon or turn against; to cease or change one's loyalty, especially from a military organisation or political party while devoid is (obsolete) to empty out; to remove.

As a noun defect

is a fault or malfunction.

As an adjective devoid is

empty; having none of; completely without.

Devoid vs Vacant - What's the difference?

devoid | vacant |


As adjectives the difference between devoid and vacant

is that devoid is empty; having none of; completely without while vacant is not occupied; empty.

As a verb devoid

is (obsolete) to empty out; to remove.

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