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  • After the school vacated the site, the area was turned into the present park.
  • However, he broke his arm during the match and vacated the title the following day.
  • He was forced to vacate the title five months later due to injury.
  • This would lead to both men vacating the championships the very next morning.
  • The family is happy and they move to another city vacating the house.
  • He vacated the title the following year when he returned to America.
  • The members are elected for three years, but one-third vacate their seats every year. Cited from History of Holland, by George Edmundson
  • After the fight, he vacated his titles in order to move up in weight.
  • He won both seats, but this time he decided to vacate the assembly seat.
  • Once again, he left for India and was forced to vacate the title.
  • However, if elected from multiple seats, the member must vacate all but one seat.
  • Even if he did nothing, he would at least stay there, he would not vacate the spot. Cited from His Masterpiece, by Emile Zola
  • Pope died of cancer shortly after vacating his seat on the school board.
  • The village was vacated, closed down and abandoned when the company closed.
  • But that would be his last title defence, as soon he decided to vacate the world title.
  • They could only pray it would vacate the port they were still far from seeing. Cited from Plague Ship, by Andre Norton
  • After their first and only title defense, the championship was vacated.
  • At the end of the second programme, he announced he would vacate his Washington post.
  • Those who could not do so had to vacate the area altogether.
  • The gun had given notice to the wild life to vacate, until we were gone. Cited from Pluck on the Long Trail, by Edwin L. Sabin
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Words starting with vacate

Meaning of vacate

  • verb Leave (a job, post, or position) voluntarily
    She vacated the position when she got pregnant, The chairman resigned when he was found to have misappropriated funds
  • verb Leave behind empty; move out of
    You must vacate your office by tonight