- (verb) Present participle of vacate.
"Some of these decisions were unpublished, as the courts did not see themselves as doing anything interesting in vacating the convictions."
"Just when the football was finally good enough to make Florida State fans forget about the phrase vacating wins, another Seminoles receiver went out and screwed up, Heather Dinich writes."
"If I lose my say around my own generated content, you can bet I won’t think twice in vacating the premises and I’m sure I won’t be the only one."
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