Devoid - in void


He told BBC Radio 5 live: "Once he produces all of his records of what he's been through, then I don't think the boxing board will have any option but to give him his licence back.

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, shortening of devoided , past participle of obsolete verb devoiden "to remove, void, vacate" (), from Old French desvuidier (12c., Modern French dévider ) "to empty out, flush game from, unwind, let loose (an arrow)," from des- "out, away" + voider "to empty," from voide "empty" (see void (adj.)).



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