from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. comparative form of empty: more empty
- n. One who empties.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- of empty.
- n. One who, or that which, empties.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which empties or exhausts.
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'Of course, the farther North you go the emptier are the roads.
This made the vacuum much "emptier" and Einstein could ultimately "empty it" completely: he removed the rest of the aether and showed that it couldn't exist because it would be inconsistent with relativity.
‘Of course, the farther North you go the emptier are the roads.
During fasting, since the body is not busy with gastric processes and since the body is literally emptier, hollower, I believe the nada practices can be even more effective.
But the freeways were emptier than I'd ever seen them, emptier even than at 5:00 in the morning on Sunday.
And I think parts of our geography will become emptier.
But it might be worth considering that having emptier heads is not, in fact, a sign that we've advanced.
As Mayor Dave Bing grapples with the city's $300 million budget gap, he's looking to cut services in the emptier parts of town in an effort to shrink the city, which means many areas will be left without basic services such as water and sewage.
Three Random Words: la gerçure (f) = crack, chapping jeûner = to fast, to go without food le videur (lit: "the emptier") = bouncer (nightclub) in mise en bouteille/wine bottling | Permalink
Playing off the nostalgic vibe that worked for TV Land's silly sleeper hit Hot in Cleveland, but working with a much emptier hand, Working Class is intended mainly for exhausted working stiffs willing to kick back on a Friday night with something that already feels like a rerun.