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    Word Matrix: Vace

    Vace Word Matrix

    “empty” from Latin vacāre ” “to lack, empty”

    Words Sums

    Vace + ant = vacant
    Vace + ant + ly = vacantly
    Vace + ant + ness = vacantness
    Vace + ant + ness + es = vacantnesses
    non + Vace + ant = nonvacant
    Vace + ance + y = vacancy
    Vace + ance + y + es = vacancies
    Vace + ate = vacate
    Vace + ate + s = vacates
    Vace + ate + ed = vacated
    Vace + ate + ing = vacating
    Vace + ate + ion = vacation
    Vace + ate + ion + s = vacations
    Vace + ate + ion + ed = vacationed
    Vace + ate + ion + ing  = vacationing
    Vace + ate + ion + er = vacationer
    Vace + ate + ion + er + s = vacationers
    Vace + ate + ion + ist = vacationist
    Vace + ate + ion + ist + s = vacationists
    Vace + ate + ion + Land = vacationland
    Vace + ate + ion + Land + s = vacationlands
    Vace + ate + ur = vacatur
    Vace + ate + ur + s = vacatur

    Vace + u + ate = vacuate
    Vace + u + ate + s = vacuates
    Vace + u + ate + ed = vacuated
    Vace + u + ate + ing = vacuating
    Vace + u + i + ty = vacuity
    Vace + u + i + ty + es = vacuities
    Vace + u + ism = vacuism
    Vace + u + ist = vacuist
    Vace + u + ist + s = vacuists
    Vace + u + ole = vacuole
    Vace + u + ole + s = vacuoles
    Vace + u + ole + ate = vacuolate
    Vace + u + ole + ate + s = vacuolates
    Vace + u + ole + ate + ed = vacuolated
    Vace + u + ole + ate + ing = vacuolating
    Vace + u + ole + ate + ion = vacuolation
    Vace + u + ole + ate + ion + s = vacuolations
    Vace + u + ous = vacuous
    Vace + u + ous + ly = vacuously
    Vace + u + ous + ness = vacuousness
    Vace + u + ous + ness + es = vacuousnesses
    Vace + u + ome = vacuome
    Vace + u + one + s = vacuomes
    Vace + u + um = vacuum
    Vace + u + um + s = vacuums
    Vace + u + um + ed = vacuumed
    Vace + u + um + ing = vacuuming
    Vace + u + um + er = vacuumer
    Vace + u + um + er + s = vacuumers

    e + Vace + u + ate = evacuate
    e + Vace + u + ate + s = evacuates
    e + Vace + u + ate + ed = evacuated
    e + Vace + u + ate  + ing = evacuating
    e + Vace + u + ate + ion = evacuation
    e + Vace + u + ate + ion + s = evacuations
    e + Vace + u + ate + or = evacuator
    e + Vace + u + ate + or + s = evacuators
    e + Vace + u + ant = evaculant
    e + Vace + u + ant + s = evaculants
    e + Vace + u + ee = evacuee
    e + Vace + u + ee = evacuees
    e + Vace + u + ate + ive = evacuative
    e + Vace + u + ate + ive + s = evacuatives


    vace: (verb) empty
    -s/-es: forming plural of noun
    -s: forming third person singular of verbs
    -ed: forming simple past and past participle of weak verb
    -ing: forming present participle of verb

    -ance: forming a noun denoting a quality or state or denoting an action
    -ant: denoting attribution of an action or state
    -ate: forming a verb
    e-: variant spelling of ex-
    -ee: forming a noun denoting a person described as or concerned with or denoting the person affected directly or indirectly by the action of the formative verb
    -er: denoting a person or thing that performs a specified action or activity
    -i-: connecting vowel
    -ion: denoting state, condition, or action
    -ism: forming a noun denoting a system, principle, or ideological movement; an action or its result; a state or quality [from French -isme, via Latin from Greek -ismos, -isma]
    -ist: forming a personal noun denoting a person who does something or denoting an adherent of a system of beliefs, principles, etc. expressed by a noun ending in -ism [from Old French -iste, Latin -ista, from Greek -istēs]
    -ive: tending to, having the nature of
    land: (noun) area of ground, a place
    -ly: denoting manner or degree
    -ness: denoting a state or condition
    non-: not, expressing negation or absence
    -ole: diminutive suffix referring to small parts of organisms or their cells
    -ome: mass of something
    -or: denoting a person or thing that performs a specified action or activity
    -ous: characterized by, of the nature of
    -ty: forming noun denoting quality or condition [from French -ité, from Latin -itas, -itatis]
    -u-: connecting vowel
    -um: denotes singular grammatical number, a place
    -ur: denoting an agent
    -y: full of, having the quality of


    vacant: (adjective) empty
    vacantly: (adverb) in an empty manner
    vacantness (noun) state or condition of being empty
    vacantnesses: plural of vacantness
    nonvacant: (adjective) not empty
    vacancy: (noun) state or condition of having the quality of being empty, unoccupied or empty space
    vacancies: plural of vacancy
    vacation: (noun) period of leisure and recreation, period of emptiness
    vacations: plural of vacation
    vacationer: (noun) person who vacations
    vacationers: plural of vacationer
    vacationist: (noun) person who vacations
    vacationists: plural of vacationist
    vacationland: (noun) a place for a vacatio
    vacationlands: plural of vacationland
    vacatur: (noun) announcement in court that something is cancelled or set aside, an annulment
    vacaturs: plural of vacatur
    vacuate: (verb) empty, clear out
    vacuates: third person singular of vacuate
    vacuated: simple past and past participle of vacuate
    vacuating: present participle of vacuate
    vacuity: (noun) emptiness, quality or condition of being vacant
    vacuities: plural of vacuities
    vacuism: (noun) the theory that nature permits vacuums
    vacuist: (noun) a person who believes in the existence of vacuums between molecules and atoms of matter or between bodies of the universe
    vacuists: plural of vacuist
    vacuole: (noun) large membrane-bound vesicle in a cell’s cytoplasm.
    vacuoles: plural of vacuole
    vacuolate: (verb) to develop or form vacuoles
    vacuolates: third person singular of vacuolate
    vacuolated: simple past and past participle of vacuolate
    vacuolating: present participle of vacuolate
    vacuolation: (noun) the formation of vacuoles in a cellular tissue
    vacuolations: plural of vacuolation
    vacuous: (adjective) empty
    vacuously: (adverb) in an empty or vacuous manner
    vacuousness: (noun) the quality of being vacuous
    vacuousnesses: plural of vacuousness
    vacuome: (noun) the vacuoles and vacuolar system of an organism
    vacuomes: plural of vacuomes
    vacuum: (noun) an empty space, a machine used to clean or empty floors, (verb) to use a vacuum cleaner
    vacuums: third person singular of vacuum
    vacuumed: simple past and past participle of vacuum
    vacuuming: present participle of vacuum
    vacuumer: (noun) person who vacuums
    vacuumers: plural of vacuumer
    evacuate: (verb) to leave or withdraw from, to cause to empty
    evacuates: third person singular of evacuate
    evacuated: simple past and past participle of evacuate
    evacuating: present participle of evacuate
    evacuation: (noun) the act of emptying, clearing of the contents, or discharging
    evacuations: plural of evacuation
    evacuator: person who evacuates or empties
    evacuators: plural of evacuator
    evacuant: (noun) something that promotes emptying, (adjective) promoting thorough evacuation, purgative
    evacuants: plural of evacuant
    evacuee: (noun) person affected by an evacuation
    evacuees: plural of evacuee
    evacuative: (noun) the act or process of evacuating or emptying or the condition of being evacuated or emptied
    evacuatives: plural of evacuative

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