As in, if there is space for 100 grubles in my zeblar, is there a single word which means the zeblar contains between 0 and 99 grubles?

I'm looking for it to fit the sentence: "No [not full] slots have been found."

Using the hyphenated "No non-full..." sounds like a marginally confusing double negative

  • Unfilled, perhaps? My zeblar is unfilled.
    – Mick
    Dec 7, 2017 at 13:14
  • @mick Unfilled is the best, I think. If you make it into an answer i'll accept it
    – David
    Dec 7, 2017 at 13:29
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    Your example sentence seems to work with free: No free slots have been found. Alternatively, available seems to work, in the sense that non-available would mean that the slot is completely full.
    – oerkelens
    Dec 7, 2017 at 13:30

2 Answers 2


Unfilled would work:

  • My zeblar is unfilled.
  • No unfilled slots have been found.


not filled

  • an unfilled bottle
  • unfilled spaces
  • a vacancy left unfilled
  • an unfilled order



Try “incomplete”, “unfinished”, or “partial”... or synonyms for these.

  • None of these would work in provided context because “my zeblar is incomplete” characterises zeblar itself rather than space available in it. Same with other words. Dec 7, 2017 at 14:38

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