The correct answer is emptiness.
The correct answer is (D) emptiness; vacuum; empty space; a feeling of great loss or emptiness. Also, useless, ineffectual. In law, of no legal force or effect; not legally binding or enforceable.
Void comes from Old French voider, Latin vacuus (empty), vacare (to be empty).
Examples of use:
- Shortly after dusk, the stolen truck was concealed in the void of darkness
- The death of his wife left a void that accompanied him everywhere.