nounWord forms: plural vaˈcuities
1. the quality or state of being empty; emptiness
2. an empty space; void or vacuum
3. emptiness of mind; lack of intelligence, interest, or thought
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Word origin of 'vacuity'L vacuitas < vacuus, empty