[emp-tee-hed-id] /ˈɛmp tiˈhɛd ɪd/
lacking intelligence or knowledge; foolish; brainless.
lacking intelligence or sense; frivolous
[emp-tee] /ˈɛmp ti/ adjective, emptier, emptiest. 1. containing nothing; having none of the usual or appropriate contents: an empty bottle. 2. vacant; unoccupied: an empty house. 3. without cargo or load: an empty wagon. 4. destitute of people or human activity: We walked along the empty streets of the city at night. 5. destitute of […]
noun 1. a morph, as the first o in psychology, which is considered to have no meaning and is not assigned to any morpheme.
noun 1. a household in which one or more parents live after the children have left home: Our only child just moved into her first apartment, so we have an empty nest. 2. a stage in a parent’s life after the children have left home. The stage in a family’s cycle when the children have […]
noun 1. a parent whose children have reached adulthood and left home. noun 1. (informal) a married person whose children have grown up and left home noun a person whose children have grown and left home; also written empty nester noun See empty-nester noun A person whose children have grown up and moved away from […]