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  • One member is given a picture while the other is given a blank piece of paper.
  • Lines were often completed in a blank space in the line above.
  • A cast in one and far too blue; blue eyes always looked blank in close-up.
  • He also leaves blank the section for the name of the father.
  • Blank cards are available, so people can hand-write or draw their own.
  • A four letter word appears on screen with the latter half blanked out.
  • He is looking very interested over it, while his wife has the blankest expression possible. Cited from Fra Bartolommeo, by Leader Scott
  • The days I did not see him seemed to be blanks in my life. Cited from The Touchstone of Fortune, by Charles Major
  • These central points are often blank, but may contain a figure, such as a rose.
  • I did talk to him about it, but he kind of blanked me on it.
  • But the other blanks get it in their turn after being referred to Bill. Cited from While the Billy Boils, by Henry Lawson
  • Then we will say that they had an equal number of blanks. Cited from Secret Band of Brothers, by Jonathan Harrington Green
  • He shot the officer at point blank range in the mouth.
  • He was subsequently forced into the living room of the house and shot in the head at point-blank range.
  • Blank records were an important part of the business early on.
  • One blank vote was cast in the second and final round.
  • So there were ten states for one candidate, four for another, and two blanks. Cited from The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Vol. 3 (of 4), ed. by T.J. Randolph
  • His childhood is almost a complete blank, and his mother's name is unknown.
  • The band's manager also appears in some scenes, although his face is blanked out.
  • Gay then walked forward and shot him a second time in the shoulder at point-blank range.
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Meaning of blank

  • noun A piece of material ready to be made into something
  • noun A cartridge containing an explosive charge but no bullet
  • verb Keep the opposing (baseball) team from winning