unpeopled

ADJECTIVE
  1. with no people living there
    vast unpopulated plains
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How To Use unpeopled In A Sentence

  • He frames his cultural codes as domestic interiors, always unpeopled and usually crammed with possessions, spaces so filled with emptiness, they ache.
  • It might be of the Paradise in which, on the very day of the crucifixion, the penitent thief was to meet the Saviour of mankind; or it might be of that Heaven, yet increate or unpeopled, seen by some in long, distant perspective, shadowed forth in such lines as these: -- The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 16, No. 97, November, 1865
  • All of this enacted as if in an existential landscape, against the background of the great unpeopled, inhospitable territory beyond the cities.
  • For the romantic these are the hills of home, scattered with Munros and sufficiently unpeopled to turn a day's ridge-walk into an adventure, an open-air playground with soaring eagles and far-off deer for company.
  • The village is unpeopled, which makes it spooky.
  • In the world of Myst, the player has no avatar presence and wanders around a seemingly unpeopled landscape - strolling as a tourist venturing into the unknown - creating and storing a mental map of objects and places.
  • Moreover, unpeopled landscape was as difficult for an audience newly exposed to it as abstraction would be later.
  • Amidst all that stuff existing in unpeopled rooms.
  • Aside from a few unpeopled shots of the nondescript, working-class house, most of the images depict visitors touching either side of the glass, creating a palimpsest of earnest prayers.
  • The failure of the harvest again produced famine and unpeopled farms and hamlets.
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