Definition Of void

verb

(in bridge and whist) a suit in which a player is dealt no cards.

Tricks are played as in Whist, that is, suit must be followed if possible and a player void in the suit led may trump or discard as he chooses.

(in bridge and whist) having been dealt no cards in a particular suit.

If the led card is the 6, you may play any card you wish, being void in the diamond suit and thus unable to follow it.

a completely empty space.

the black void of space

completely empty.

void spaces surround the tanks

declare that (something) is not valid or legally binding.

the Supreme Court voided the statute


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Example Of void

  • A ‘moot’ point is one the Indian wants to argue; but if it's moot, the American considers it null and void .

  • A multiple lead may also win because an opponent, although void , does not have enough trumps to match the number of cards led.

  • Accordingly, whether or not I am right about the boundary shown by the conveyances, I hold that the boundary agreement is not void against the defendant for want of registration.

  • After about four years of separation that was filled with this gigantic hidden void of emptiness and despair, why now?

  • As Wallace rightfully notes, the observer outside of the hole sees it as a void , an empty place in space.


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