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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

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(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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Scraping the bottom of the barrel, we had the brain-numbing yawnathon that is Big Brother: twelve monstrously self-deluded, empty-headed, vain, loud-mouthed specimens of human flotsam and jetsam, doing and saying nothing of the remotest interest.
So why does she continue to behave like an empty-headed publicity junkie?
His Franz was an incorrigible flirt, but not completely empty-headed or cold-hearted.
For much of the movie, the empty-headed contestants, with their glazed smiles and wishes for "world peace", are sent up.
His wife, the empty-headed Cerise, wears a high hairdo and calls Mackie "Roberre," using a fake French pronunciation.
The empty-headed thrills that the younger Khrushchev and Speer derived from the notice of their leaders may be dismissed as the natural response of innocence in the presence of a celebrity.
Young women graft at school to reach university and then they can't get a job and, for all their hard work, they look on as the empty-headed Barbies win the day.
Empty-headed waffle about the superlative essence of humanity will seem especially saccharin in a city which has seen proof our destructive instincts needing to be curtailed.
But this country needs more like him, and fewer empty-headed celebrities.
As for that wife - who the media have painted as an empty-headed clothes horse who has to have a limousine to protect her hair-do - she came across as wise, warm and with two feet planted firmly on the ground.
Meanwhile, Roxanne is besotted with a handsome, but empty-headed young man named Christian.
Blank, empty-headed, unconvincing, and as I say she met a dummy.