What is blank?

  • (verb): Keep the opposing (baseball) team from winning.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on blank:

List Of Pará Rivers By Confluence - Table of Rivers By Confluence
... bank Amazon River WEST UPSTREAM North bank Amazon River WEST --Notes-- blank blank border of state Roraima blank Rio Madeira (Pará) trib of Trombetas blank Trombetas River no.2 ...
Blank Family
... The Blank family is a family of Jews, some of whom converted to Orthodox Christianity in the Russian Empire, mostly notable as the immediate ancestry of the maternal ... Whether or not Lenin, whose matrilineal "Blank" surname also traces to non-Jewish German roots, was actually partly descended from the Jewish Blank family remains contested ...
Six Days On The Road (album) - Track Listing
... Twist and Turn" (Hubbard, Miller) – 311 (blank track) – 004 (blank track) – 004 (blank track) – 004 (blank track) – 004 (blank track) – 005 "The Nebraska Song" (Mil ...
Contrived - Discography
... Pursuit of Plots (2002) Starshine EP (2004) Dead Air Verbatim (2005) Blank, Blank, Blank (2008) ...

More definitions of "blank":

  • (adj): Not charged with a bullet.
    Example: "A blank cartridge"
  • (noun): A substitute for a taboo word.
    Example: "I hit the blank blank car"
  • (adj): Of a surface; not written or printed on.
    Example: "Blank pages"; "fill in the blank spaces"
    Synonyms: clean, white
  • (noun): A blank gap or missing part.
    Synonyms: lacuna
  • (noun): A blank character used to separate successive words in writing or printing.
    Synonyms: space
  • (adj): Void of expression.
    Example: "A blank stare"
  • (noun): A cartridge containing an explosive charge but no bullet.
    Synonyms: dummy, blank shell
  • (noun): A piece of material ready to be made into something.

Famous quotes containing the word blank:

    The History of the world is not the theatre of happiness. Periods of happiness are blank pages in it, for they are periods of harmony—periods when the antithesis is in abeyance.
    Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770–1831)

    A blank helpless sort of face, rather like a rose just before you drench it with D.D.T.
    John Carey (b. 1934)

    I have often wondered how they manage to get return envelopes which miss, by one-quarter of an inch, fitting the blank you are supposed to return. They say, “Please fill out and return the enclosed envelope,” and the enclosed envelope is always one-quarter of an inch too small.
    Robert Benchley (1889–1945)