Blank - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a blank gap or missing part (syn: lacuna)
- a piece of material ready to be made into something
- a cartridge containing an explosive charge but no bullet (syn: dummy)
- without comprehension
- not charged with a bullet
- complete and absolute (syn: utter)
The form has a blank for your signature.
The actors are shooting blanks.
The goalie blanked the Falcons for two periods in the hockey game.
Issuing out of a universe in which there was only blank space.
Blank terror reigned over the community.
The hall of Sir - of - county.
Which fairly blanked the bold visage of Adam Woodcock.
A smoke screen by howitzers to blank out hostile observation posts.
Leave the last page blank.
Zoe looked at me with a blank expression.
She gazed at him in blank astonishment.
When you've filled in the blanks, hand the form back to me.
I just blanked in the oral exam.
Last time I saw Mike Adams he completely blanked me.
Sign your name in the blank space at the bottom of the form.
present participle: blanking
past tense: blanked
past participle: blanked