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Definition of "uninhabited" []

  • Having no residents; not inhabited. (adjective)
  • (of a place) not having inhabitants (adjective)

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Use "uninhabited" in a sentence
  • "Given the speeds and the fact that satellite phones offer better coverage primarily in uninhabited, rural areas, but not underground or inside buildings, where most consumers experience dropped calls, I think the consumer opportunity is pretty small."
  • "Neither are so-called “industrial-use” products, even ozone generators, sold to and intended for use by professionals in uninhabited spaces."
  • "The earth is largely uninhabited from the perspective of geographical area."