(adjective) Without anincumbent or occupant;unfilled: a vacantposition.
(adjective)Notoccupied or put to use: a vacantlot.
(adjective)LawNot claimed by anheir: a vacantestate.
(adjective)Lackingintelligence or knowledge: a vacantmind.
(adjective) without any contents; empty
(adjective) devoid (of something specified)
(adjective) having no incumbent; unoccupied
(adjective) having no tenant or occupant
(adjective) characterized by or resulting from lack of thought or intelligent awareness
(adjective) (of time, etc) not allocated to any activity
(adjective) spent in idleness or inactivity
(adjective) (of an estate, etc) having no heir or claimant
Use "vacant" in a sentence
""With the title vacant, a good win puts me right in line for a shot at the belt," said De Laronde."
"It is my decision that to be fair to the last two reigning champions of record, Hogan and Andre, and to furthermore be fair with the number-one contenders who would have faced either Andre or Hogan as champion, I now declare the title vacant."
"Glancing up from my notes at the old man—his expression vacant, his head trembling slightly—it was impossible to imagine him involved in such an action."