victoriousvocabulary:

DEVOID
[adjective] 
1. not possessing, untouched by, void, or destitute.
2. absence of.
[verb]
3. to deplete or strip of some quality or substance.
Etymology: from Old French devoider, from des-, “out, away” + voider, "to empty," from voide, “empty”, from Old French vuide, from Vulgar Latin vocītus (unattested), from Latin vacuus, “empty” from vacāre, “to be empty”.
[Lee Price]

victoriousvocabulary:

DEVOID

[adjective]

1. not possessing, untouched by, void, or destitute.

2. absence of.

[verb]

3. to deplete or strip of some quality or substance.

Etymology: from Old French devoider, from des-, “out, away” + voider, "to empty," from voide, “empty”, from Old French vuide, from Vulgar Latin vocītus (unattested), from Latin vacuus, “empty” from vacāre, “to be empty”.

[Lee Price]

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The Monet Room

when i was there i was gob-smacked; the monet room is made up of multiple “sub-rooms” with different paintings that make up one specific sighting - it has a very serene atmosphere and the paintings are gigantic! 

when I was there I got kicked out for taking photos

i nearly got kicked out as well and i was like ”no m’am just checking my phone hahaha friends hahaha texting hahahahha social life while contemplating monet”

hadaes:

lagoonist:

hadaes:

likeafieldmouse:

The Monet Room

when i was there i was gob-smacked; the monet room is made up of multiple “sub-rooms” with different paintings that make up one specific sighting - it has a very serene atmosphere and the paintings are gigantic! 

when I was there I got kicked out for taking photos

i nearly got kicked out as well and i was like ”no m’am just checking my phone hahaha friends hahaha texting hahahahha social life while contemplating monet”

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This 18th-century bloodstone box was made for King Frederick the Great of Prussia. It features almost 3,000 diamonds arranged to represent flowers, insects, and musical instruments.

This 18th-century bloodstone box was made for King Frederick the Great of Prussia. It features almost 3,000 diamonds arranged to represent flowers, insects, and musical instruments.

(Source: cntraveler.com, via fiebre)