Quotation Explorer - 'Devoid'

The case has, in some respects, been not entirely devoid of interest. - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
SELFISH, adj. Devoid of consideration for the selfishness of others. - Ambrose Bierce
Whenever a nation or a group of people is devoid of light, catastrophe comes, calamity hits, there is danger everywhere. - Sunday Adelaja
True happiness is devoid of any illusion. - Dada Bhagwan
Those who are enslaved to their sects are not merely devoid of all sound knowledge, but they will not even stop to learn! - Claudius Galenus
To lead a blameless life you must curb your passions , and whatever misfortune may befall you cannot be ascribed by anyone to want of good luck, or attributed to fate; these words are devoid of sense, and all fault will rightly fall on your own head. - Giacomo Casanova
If one wanted to crush and destroy a man entirely, to mete out to him the most terrible punishment ... all one would have to do would be to make him do work that was completely and utterly devoid of usefulness and meaning. - Fyodor Dostoyevsky
She had been nothing but a beloved bauble passed from a mother to a son, a decoration of vanity, devoid of identity. - D. Morgenstern
Rich in material, but Devoid of knowledge is like having an antique clock with no numbers. Appealing to the eye, but useless in the modern world. - Andrea L'Artiste
Returning violence for violence multiplies violence, adding deeper darkness to a night already devoid of stars... Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that. - Martin Luther King Jr.
RATIONAL, adj. Devoid of all delusions save those of observation, experience and reflection. - Ambrose Bierce
A marriage that isn't built around the Cross will be devoid of grace, mercy, and humility that come when both husband and wife recognize their need for a savior. - John R.W. Stott
Life without thankfulness is devoid of love and passion. Hope without thankfulness is lacking in fine perception. Faith without thankfulness lacks strength and fortitude. Every virtue divorced from thankfulness is maimed and limps along the spiritual road. - John Henry Jowett
Given a choice, I would never want a life totally devoid of pain, but life is meaningless without some sadness. - Auliq Ice
Friend' is sometimes a word devoid of meaning; enemy, never. - Victor Hugo
Devoid of any real liberty or justice, America and her children had fallen prey to what amounted to little more than a thinly veiled dictatorship. She now represented not the proud citadel of freedom, but the failed experiment of democracy. - Eric J. Martindale
It is commonplace to talk as if the world "has" meaning, to ask what "is" the meaning of a phrase, a gesture, a painting, a contract. Yet when thought about, it is clear that events are devoid of meaning until someone assigns it to them. - Dean C. Barnlund
A large section of the intelligentsia seems wholly devoid of intelligence.
Rich in material, by devoid of knowledge, is like having -an- antique clock with no numbers. Appealing to the eye, but useless in the modern world. - Andrea L'Artiste
The love and hope that we are born with is what keeps us relentlessly moving toward joy. We get the most happiness from the simplicity of being devoid of wants and needs. - Debasish Mridha
When people lack true culture or are devoid of innovative ideas, they speak about wine, various brands of alcoholic beverages, or the quality of soap. - Dimitris Mita
Silence is a great companion when words are devoid of meanings. - Nema Al-Araby
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