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What is the difference between devoid and void?
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"Devoid" is always used as an adjective, while "void" can be used as an adjective, a verb, or a noun. As adjectives, "void" and "devoid" mean basically the same. "Void" means empty; "devoid" means empty, but only after something has been taken away. "Devoid" is usually followed by "of."

Example: After her husband's death, her life seemed to be devoid of meaning.

Void:

Noun: an empty space, a vacancy

Verb: to empty, to clear

Adjective: empty, vacant, unoccupied
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so ,my email was correct today when I said that I am never void of opinions?

devoid of opinions

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