Synonyms of void in English:

void


See definition of void

noun

1‘the black void of space’

SYNONYMS
gap, empty space, space, blank space, blank, vacuum, lacuna, hole, cavity, chasm, abyss, gulf, pit, hiatus
emptiness, nothingness, blankness, vacancy, vacuity, oblivion, nullity
rare voidness, nihility

verb

1‘the contract was voided’

SYNONYMS
invalidate, render invalid, annul, nullify
negate, disallow, quash, cancel, countermand, repeal, revoke, rescind, retract, withdraw, reverse, abrogate, undo, abolish, obliterate, terminate, repudiate
avoid, vacate
ANTONYMS

validate, ratify

2‘the patients had difficulty in voiding their bladders’

SYNONYMS
evacuate, empty, empty out, drain, clear, unload, unburden, purge
ANTONYMS

fill

3‘the bacteria are present in the kidneys of the rat and are voided in the urine’

SYNONYMS
eject, expel, emit, discharge, pass, excrete, egest, let out, send out, release, exude, eliminate
rare disembogue
ANTONYMS

take in


adjective

1‘the cathedral has vast void spaces’

SYNONYMS
empty, emptied, vacant, without contents, containing nothing, blank, bare, clear, free, unfilled, unoccupied, uninhabited, desolate, barren
ANTONYMS

full

2‘a populous country suddenly left void of man or beast’

SYNONYMS
devoid of, empty of, vacant of, bare of, destitute of, bereft of, denuded of, deficient in, free from
lacking, wanting, without
ANTONYMS

occupied

3‘the election had been declared void’

SYNONYMS
invalid, null and void, null, nullified, cancelled, revoked, rescinded, abolished, inoperative, ineffective, not binding, not in force, non-viable, useless, worthless, nugatory
lapsed, expired, out of date, terminated, discontinued, unrenewed
ANTONYMS

valid