unpopulated

[ UK /ʌnpˈɒpjʊlˌe‍ɪtɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. with no people living there
    vast unpopulated plains
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How To Use unpopulated In A Sentence

  • Luckily, the Tunguska impact took place in an unpopulated corner of the globe. Should something like it explode above New York City, the entire metropolitan area would be razed.
  • Tactical nukes can be launched over an unpopulated area from field artillery guns or aircraft to halt an enemy advance or in an effort to intimidate a numerically stronger enemy.
  • So wildlife officials are looking for an unpopulated area in the wild to release them.
  • A method and apparatus for inspection of unpopulated printed circuit boards is disclosed.
  • I backtrack off the Spirit Lake Highway and drive around the mountain to the south side, where a lone sheriff's deputy patrols the unpopulated roads.
  • I would hope that it will find an empty and unpopulated land.
  • Of course, we readied ourselves to the worst, and thankfully that three missiles were intercepted, two fell in unpopulated areas, and thankfully again that none of the missiles carried any weapons of mass destruction.
  • It's pretty fine, I think - they seem to have developed a sort of big empty sound, the aural equivalent of looking at an immense unpopulated landscape.
  • It may not be too unlikely that eventually we would come across one another in such a small and unpopulated area eventually… but on the very same day I was thinking of it?
  • The region was unpopulated and desolate; far and wide there was not a tree or shrub, nothing but grass and rocks.
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