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vacivity (uncountable)

  1. Emptiness; vacancy.
    • 1792, Kentucky Gazette, No. 51, 1 September, 1792,[1]
      The vacivity occasioned by the resignation of col. Logan presented a prospect pleasing to the aspiring or ambitious []
    • 2005, Christan Probasco, Highway 12, Logan: Utah State University Press, p. 16,[2], [3]
      You top a rise and there’s a wide vacivity where the earth should be, with the main draw below: an immense, pink basin, not a canyon at all, that seems to have been burned out of the flank of the plateau by acid, filled with thousands of rock needles big as church spires.