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Void, vb. 1) to evacuate, to emit (saliva and excrementitious matter): “did v. your rheum upon my beard,” Merch. I, 3, 118. “whose low vassal seat the Alps doth spit and v. his rheum upon,” H5 III, 5, 52. “to drink those men upon whose age we v. it up again,” Tim. I, 2, 143.
2) to evacuate, to leave empty, to quit: “bid them come down or v. the field,” H5 IV, 7, 62. --ing lobby, == anteroom, a waiting-room for persons not admitted to the presence-chamber: “how in our --ing lobby hast thou stood and duly waited for my coming forth?” H6B IV, 1, 61. cf. Avoid.
3) to avoid, to shun: “of all the men i'the world I would have --ed thee,” Cor. IV, 5, 88.
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