He then rose with his attendants, and pierced into the vacuity of heaven.
Dust on the water, cries on the water, then vacuity and silence.
The vacuity of an exhausted receiver is not a force, but it is the indispensable condition of certain positive operations.
How a Bodhisattwa merges all natural attributes into vacuity.
For they are as hollow as a drum and as unoriginal as a bride-cake: nothing but vacuity with an icing of phrases.
It was not vacuity of mind or absence of ideas that caused it.
Frequently they will keep their eyes fixed to some object for hours together, or continue them an equal time “bent on vacuity.”
He noticed the harshness of Mazie's voice, the vacuity of her giggle.
"Or the vacuity of the unlucky, possibly," said Tom, with an easy laugh.
They do not need a vacation, when the beginning and end of them is vacuity.
late 14c., "hollow space," from Latin vacuitas "empty space, vacancy, freedom," from vacuus "empty" (see vacuum). Originally in anatomy. Meaning "vacancy of mind or thought" is attested from 1590s.