Synonyms & Antonyms : Vacant





Vacant



( Adjective )


Apply for the
vacant positions in this company.

Synonyms:

Unoccupied

Waste

Vacuous

Unfilled

Leisure

Blank

Empty

Devoid

Unemployed

Untenanted

Contextual Examples:

This palatial house has remained
unoccupied for several years.

It means a national
waste of $ 10 million, even if you rate it at $ 5000 a month.

He is so mad that he can keep his face
vacuous under any circumstances.

This tank has remained
unfilled for lack of pressure in the Yamuna River.



Antonyms:

Occupied

Jammed

Replete

Packed

Filled:

Full

Brimful

Brimming

Busy

Crammed

Gorged

Contextual Examples:

I may not be able to attend today’s meeting as I am fully
occupied in the afternoon.

A small accident
jammed the whole stream of traffic in Connaught Palace.

The cricket team was
brimming with confidence that they will be victorious.

The article was
crammed with lot of superstitious concepts.




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