vacant解釋adj. 形容詞 1. 空無所有的，空虛的。
adv. 動詞 副詞 -ly 1. 發呆地，茫然；無所事事地。
With blanched cheeks, she signaled her mother to come inside the door of a vacant room.
Borage is frequently found growing on vacant lots and along roadsides, particularly in america and europe
I was stepping onto the subway, disappointedly there were no seats properly empty for me, but all of a sudden, one vacant seat came into my view, meanwhile, a corpulent woman with a comparatively botchy face who was near to the empty seat was also seen by me
There are many vacant seats in the carriage.
Twice, in holles street and in ontario terrace, his daughter millicent milly at the ages of 6 and 8 years had uttered in sleep an exclamation of terror and had replied to the interrogations of two figures in night attire with a vacant mute expression