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Definition of "unpeopled" []

  • Uninhabited: unpeopled Arctic wastelands. (adjective)
  • To empty of people (verb)

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Use "unpeopled" in a sentence
  • "The age-old "structures"—unpeopled ruins from India, Japan, Mexico and Scotland—appear contemporary because the photographs seem abstract."
  • "“Ten years ago the place where we are gathered was an unpeopled, forbidding desert,” he observed."
  • "But the most important and compelling details are in Arcimboldo's three reversible still lifes, when they're looked at as unpeopled kitchen scenes."