Their convictions for a brutal 1989 rape were vacated, but the five young black and Latino men are still fighting New York City.
Hari was subsequently exposed as a plagiarist and liar, and his prize was vacated.
Appointed by disgraced Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich, he served less than two years in the Senate seat Obama vacated.
Many of you will take a holiday; others find relief in the fact that colleagues have vacated.
Here in Tampa, as we vacated our seats, we were followed by guests from The New York Times and then The Washington Post.
I am constantly wishing that you would step forward into the place he has vacated.
Fyles was hooking his reins over the post Charlie had vacated.
"Never mind, girl," he rejoined as he deliberately crossed the hall and sat down in the chair which she had just vacated.
Arizona had vacated his favorite seat, and was now holding the floor.
Monsieur had the kindness to give me the room which he vacated.
1640s, "to make void, to annul," from Latin vacatum, past participle of vacare "to be empty" (see vain). Meaning "to leave, give up, quit" (a place) is attested from 1791. Related: Vacated; vacating.