Definition of "vacuation" [vac•u•a•tion]

  • The act of emptying or clearing out. (noun)

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Use "vacuation" in a sentence
  • ""I continued in this church about four years, 'till the' vacuation" -- of Savannah by the British."
  • "All local remedies will be ineffectual, and consequently the purgative should be given in large doses until a copious vacuation is produced."
  • "Liele said, "I continued in this church about four years till the 'vacuation.'""
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