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1. Maths Logic (of a set or class) containing no members
2. Philosophy Logic (of a name or description) having no reference

empty

[′em·tē]
(ordnance)
In ammunition nomenclature, indicating that the munition does not contain a payload, but is designed to contain one at the time of final use.
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This year, on the other hand, following the meeting of the General Affairs Council, the EU has perhaps adopted the emptiest conclusion ever.
He scrambled on to his inflatable life-raft with a few meagre supplies and a basic emergency kit but was 800 miles from land in one of the emptiest parts of the ocean - and convinced he was doomed.
From the dense concrete jungle of Dubai to the emptiest expanse of Rub Al Khali, the atlas covers the entire country and gives a bird's eye view of every corner of the UAE.
We'd opted for Big White after hearing that, not only does it have the emptiest pistes when it's half-term hell in Europe, but also lashings of snow and little slush, even towards the end of the season.
It has the emptiest pistes when it''s half-term hell in Europe, but also lashings of snow.
This year's presidential election campaign shapes up at least at present as just about the emptiest and the most depressing in living memory.
The emptiest blocks are colonized by Queen Anne's lace and other wildflowers, which poke through the ruins and debris.
And this world-class orchestra rewarded him with well-turned accounts of Lieutenant Kije, Prokofiev's cleverest if emptiest score, and Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition in Ravel's ineffable orchestration (do we really need any other?
And, on its approach, after one of the loveliest and emptiest roads in England, you're greeted by Wing, a 4.
A major new tenant like Sirius would be a boon for SL Green, which purchased 100 Church Street, once derided as the emptiest building in Manhattan, from the Sapir Organization last January.