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help me solve this analogy

closed is to emptiness as open is to
occupancy
vacancy
security
enclosure

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    "closed" and "open" are opposites.

    What's the opposite of "emptiness"?

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    whatis muttered

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    Definition of MUTTER

    intransitive verb
    1
    : to utter sounds or words indistinctly or with a low voice and with the lips partly closed
    2
    : to murmur complainingly or angrily : grumble
    transitive verb
    : to utter especially in a low or imperfectly articulated manner
    — mutter noun
    — mut·ter·er noun
    See mutter defined for English-language learners »
    Examples of MUTTER

    She angrily muttered something about her bad luck.
    She sat practicing her speech, muttering to herself.
    Some employees are muttering about the changes in the pension plan.
    Origin of MUTTER

    Middle English muteren, of imitative origin
    First Known Use: 14th century

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