Crossword clues for voider
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Voider \Void"er\, n.
One who, or that which, voids, ?mpties, vacates, or annuls.
A tray, or basket, formerly used to receive or convey that which is voided or cleared away from a given place; especially, one for carrying off the remains of a meal, as fragments of food; sometimes, a basket for containing household articles, as clothes, etc.
Piers Plowman laid the cloth, and Simplicity brought in the voider.
The cloth whereon the earl dined was taken away, and the voider, wherein the plate was usually put, was set upon the cupboard's head.
--Hist. of Richard Hainam.
A servant whose business is to void, or clear away, a table after a meal. [R.]
(Her.) One of the ordinaries, much like the flanch, but less rounded and therefore smaller.
n. 1 One who, or that which, voids, empties, vacates, or annuls. 2 A tray or basket formerly used to receive or convey that which is voided or cleared away from a given place; especially, one for carrying off the remains of a meal, as fragments of food; sometimes, a basket for containing household articles, as clothes, etc. 3 (context rare English) A servant whose business is to void, or clear away, a table after a meal.
a piece of chain mail covering a place unprotected by armor plate [syn: gusset]
Usage examples of "voider".
Hamish McGowan and Gerd Dowidheit from the University of Queensland, John Voider of Jan Mayen Station, Fiona Gray and Rob Thompson of the Bureau of Meteorology, Katherine Howell, Lynne Green and David Wilson.
Voider defends Dr Robertson’s friendship with Zhu (and association with deposed Congo strongman Mobutu) on the grounds that “Pat would meet with the Devil if that is only way to help suffering people.
The three hour dog and pony show I was put through at the CBN-Robertson financial headquarters in Virginia Beach culminated in an hour-long diatribe by his CEO Voider about how Robertson was certain to sue any paper that did not provide what he called a “.
Though Sartori had disappeared two hundred years ago, the lives of voiders, like those of so many species from the other Dominions, were longer than the longest human span.
What safety they offered was debatable, but if worst came to worst he would throw himself beneath a car and deny the voiders the entertainment of his slow demise.
It had three occupants: the voiders and another, sitting in the back seat.
Though the man in front of him looked human enough, he had the voiders in tow and spoke with knowledge of things few humans had access to.
The voiders lingered by the body, however, bright enough to know they still had some duty to perform with it.
The voiders had shown little interest in the arrival of their leader's body.
Dowd busied himself dealing with the bodies of the voiders, dragging them out of the chapel, making a simple pyre of dead wood, and burning them upon it.
He apparently assumed she was part of the secret world he and the voiders occupied, not subject to the laws and moralities the rest of the world was bounded by.
Inspired by a few clues from Dowd, she had imagined the In Ovo as a kind of wasteland, where voiders hung like drowned men in deep-sea trenches, and creatures the sun would never see crawled towards her, their paths lit by their own sickly luminescence.