Another word for empty
vacant, void, vacuous, hollow, bare, clear, blank, unfilled, unfurnished, unoccupied, uninhabited, unfrequented, vacated, void of, devoid, lacking, wanting, barren, emptied, abandoned, exhausted, depleted, deserted, desert, stark, deprived of, in vacuo (Latin), despoiled, desolate, dry, destitute, negative, deflated, eviscerated, evacuated, cleaned out.
Without meaning or force
empty means having nothing in it an empty box, street, stomach, etc.; vacant means lacking that which appropriately or customarily occupies or fills it a vacant apartment, position, etc.; voidspecifically stresses complete or vast emptiness void of judgment; vacuous, now rare in its physical sense, suggests the emptiness of a vacuum a vacuous expression on her face See also syn. study at vain.
To become empty
Antonyms flow in, enter*, absorb.
To cause to become empty
remove, pour out, spill out, dump, dip, ladle, decant, tap, void, let out, deplete, exhaust, deflate, drain, shed, bail, bail out, clean out, clear out, unload, unpack, unburden, evacuate, eject, expel, vacate, draw off, draw out, disgorge, suck dry, clear, drink, consume, use up.
Another word for emptyadjective
Containing nothing:bare, blank, clear, vacant, vacuous, void. See full
Lacking value, use, or substance:hollow, idle, otiose, vacant, vain. See full
Lacking intelligent thought or content:blank, empty-headed, inane, vacant, vacuous. See full
Not having a desirable element:barren, destitute, devoid, innocent, lacking, void, wanting. Idiom: in want of. See full