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devoid
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

3 uses
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Definition
completely without (lacking)
  • Here Judge Taylor glanced sharply at the witness and must have decided his speculations devoid of evil intent, for he subsided sleepily.
    p. 231.0
devoid = with a lack
  • Jem's chin would come up, and he would gaze at Mrs. Dubose with a face devoid of resentment.
    p. 146.7
  • devoid = completely without
  • Had not Sinkfield made a bold stroke to preserve his holdings, Maycomb would have sat in the middle of Winston Swamp, a place totally devoid of interest.
    p. 174.2
devoid = with a lack
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