How To Use Wasteland In A Sentence

  • Scrambling to her feet, she zigzagged away across the wasteland, through the grimy cans an(l hubcaps and other roadside jetsam. COMPULSION
  • The 70s were a cultural wasteland.
  • It is a vast wasteland the size of Texas that collects huge quantities of rubbish. Times, Sunday Times
  • A familiar sight, almost opposite Bedford Hospital, is the Britannia Works archway, the area behind which has been wasteland for at least ten years.
  • Never bite on such questions because they'll lead you into a trackless wasteland and you'll never get out of it.
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  • Varieties like jungle jalebi and jatropha are ideal for wastelands while sadabhar, saijjan, kadambh, maulshree and sweet neem all germinate on their own and don't need maintenance. "
  • But then I needed their attentiveness, as I was collapsed and semi-conscious at the top of a frozen wasteland, the nearest settlement being miles down the mountain.
  • The car was dumped in a stretch of wasteland in the south of the city.
  • The shopping mall opens and the nearby high street is turned instantly into a wasteland of building societies and vomit. Times, Sunday Times
  • The main alternative to the cattle cure of wastelands is hydroseeding, in which a machine sprays a mixture of seeds and fertilizer onto the barren soil.
  • The trip would comprise of roughly 750 km through the vast Mongolian prairies and the arid wastelands of the Gobi desert.
  • Grozny, as journalists described it, soon resembled a postindustrial wasteland. The Return
  • At a typical concert they dress as monks, grinding out slow, heavy riffs while dry ice lends the vibe of an apocalyptic wasteland. Times, Sunday Times
  • Particularly amazing given what a restaurant wasteland this area is. Times, Sunday Times
  • In their wake, the giant auto concerns leave behind an industrial wasteland of mass unemployment, ruined infrastructure and social decay.
  • I'm voting Democrat because protecting barren wasteland is more important than energy independence. Transmitting History
  • It's a goode olde tradition dating back to Chairman Newton (Vast Wasteland) Minow who wound up in the wasteland as corporate counsel for CBS. Marvin Kitman: One Wild and Crazy Guy
  • Green Britain or industrial wasteland? Rural Land-Use Planning in Developed Nations
  • Here, in fact, on the pebbly ground of the wastelands, is the eryngo agaric (Pleurotus eryngii, D. C.), which has the same consistency as the other. The Life of the fly; with which are interspersed some chapters of autobiography
  • His countenance was as bleak as the frozen northern wastelands, and he huddled within himself, a wizened husk hoarding unspoken power.
  • Time to make use of this area, and turn it into something more interesting, local, and lucrative (in terms of space leased from the city) than a Detroit-style arcade wasteland. Thumbs Up on Chihuly at Seattle Center « PubliCola
  • A harsh wind blew in from the wastelands, cutting through the damp concrete walls and sending the temperature in the cell down another few degrees.
  • Together they plant and tend a fragile garden in the unforgiving urban wasteland. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is said that the seafloor is a desert, a vast and uniform wasteland, all but devoid of life.
  • There comes a point in making a new garden when a sudden transformation happens and what was a wasteland becomes a visible, tangible garden.
  • And yet even with nothing but a future looming with gloomy forebodings, they repopulated the barren wasteland of space, bracing for the worst, testing the extents of their tenacity and ingenuity.
  • At first glance, the junkyard looks like some sort of post-apocalyptic settlement, a thriving outpost in a wasteland.
  • Their LZ was a camel trail in the middle of a narrow wasteland filled with grit and pebbles. Cyclops One
  • For one magical summer, what was once an industrial wasteland became a theatre of sporting dreams. Times, Sunday Times
  • The regional branch of the Louvre is due to open in December on an industrial wasteland once home to a pit. Times, Sunday Times
  • It only comes out at the outskirts of the land where the barren wasteland ends and things begin to grow again.
  • Since pilgrimage to Mecca is one of the pillars of Islam, turning Mecca, and the black rock the muslims so idolatrously worship, into a nuclear wasteland will destroy their cult. Wise words from Hamas....
  • The transformation from a largely disused industrial wasteland is total, but the makeover is not quite complete. Times, Sunday Times
  • They grow on little bits of wasteland in cities as much as anywhere else. Times, Sunday Times
  • On the mudflat wasteland he set up a video camera mounted on a tripod.
  • Wasteland" (from A Frames 2) is a schizophrenic stomper with a funereal bass line, lots of jaunty tambourine, and lyrics that perfectly wed two senses of the word smoldering: "I want to watch the smoke rise/I want to look in your eyes/I want your hand in my hand/I want to walk the wasteland. Chicago Reader
  • They were denuding the sheep pastures of grass, turning once successful ranches into wastelands and reducing wool production by half.
  • Good media will not die in the downturn and Britain is not about to become a cultural wasteland. Times, Sunday Times
  • These wastelands are a big source of pollution and the Ministry of Environment is making it its priority to work on waste recycling and management in Bulgaria.
  • The mid 1970s are seen as a cultural wasteland for rock music.
  • The company want to counter the image of Siberia as little more than a vast wintry wasteland. The Sun
  • The mountain passes are high and demanding, the climate gives extremes of weather conditions, the infrastructure is primitive and the hidden wastelands are boundless.
  • We live in an intellectual wasteland where creativity is replaced by the exigencies of the marketplace.
  • With scarcely any natural life save for a multitude of rock formations and thin brush, the flat, dusty wasteland was more of an eyesore than an eyeful.
  • He refused, preferring to meet an icy, lonely death in a field hospital or in some Siberian wasteland. SEA MUSIC
  • Maybe this time he took the exploration of this nether landscape of fear and paranoia too far, and explored the ultimate wasteland, the underbelly of the internet, where peoples darkest imaginings are a reality.
  • She had once thought those lines referred to the river Axe, the sacred river that ran through the subterranean chambers and caverns and stalactites of the Cheddar gorge, but she now saw that the Alph of Xanadu was the Severn, and that the sunless sea was Coleridge's prophetic vision of the pewter post-nuclear wasteland of this estuary, spreading out westwards in the post-nuclear future towards the metallic fish-free Atlantic. Margaret Drabble | Trespassing
  • Most television, particularly network programs, has gone from vast wasteland to empty universe.
  • Because this usually means hauling up other soil-stabilizing flora along with the moss, the practice turns vast stretches of poor soil into wasteland.
  • When native film-makers point the camera at their homeland, the post-industrial wastelands of the Clyde are usually somewhere in the background.
  • Like mom sez, how do y'know you don't like uninhabitable frozen wastelands if you've never tried 'em?
  • The police are to focus on an area of wasteland and a street where roadworks were being carried out at the time of the arrest. Times, Sunday Times
  • The cross country race features a tight and twisty, yet relatively flat course in the urban wastelands just south of Seatac Airport.
  • This new surge of interest in religion is perhaps a reaction to the the spiritual wasteland of the 1980s.
  • The Diggers put their beliefs into practice by manuring fields and sowing crops on wastelands in Surrey until they were driven away by local landowners.
  • The derelict wasteland that was the Dublin docklands was transformed into a recognisable city landscape of glass-fronted multi-storey buildings.
  • It is said that the seafloor is a desert, a vast and uniform wasteland, all but devoid of life.
  • The term desert is far more true because wasteland is abhorrently incorrect. jfloydking Diary Entry
  • The car was dumped in a stretch of wasteland in the south of the city.
  • The perception that we are an intellectual or cultural wasteland is so detrimental. Times, Sunday Times
  • Behind the glittering facade of large casino/hotels along the boardwalk remain large areas of wasteland where small family hotels and summer houses once stood.
  • Like urban garages, car parts shops and so on, such places tend to spring up spontaneously like weeds in wastelands and interstices of cities.
  • The pollution has already turned vast areas into a wasteland.
  • But what will it mean tomorrow when the sun rises over the urban wasteland I call home? Christianity Today
  • Critics say the Wiesn has warped from a quaint Volksfest into a cultural wasteland: women in lederhosen, the occasional man in a dirndl, and celebrities such as Kim Kardashian and Paris Hilton flaunting designer renditions that cost thousands of dollars. At Oktoberfest, a Controversy Brews Over Racy Designer Dirndls
  • The species is native to South Africa, but is now widespread in south-western Australia, being especially abundant on roadsides and wasteland.
  • Swashbuckling forward play which illuminated the gloomy wasteland of the National League has been rationed to tantalising glimpses.
  • The perception that we are an intellectual or cultural wasteland is so detrimental. Times, Sunday Times
  • With it went the myth that the modern game must be a barren wasteland of aerial ping pong, interspersed with sporadic outbursts of pick and drive. Times, Sunday Times
  • We categorize land to designate its potential productivity; it becomes highland, lowland, borderland, outland, even wasteland.
  • Good media will not die in the downturn and Britain is not about to become a cultural wasteland. Times, Sunday Times
  • The mountain passes are high and demanding, the climate gives extremes of weather conditions, the infrastructure is primitive and the hidden wastelands are boundless.
  • Scorsese's dark vision of human alienation in an urban wasteland captures the seaminess of pre-Giuliani Manhattan, and DeNiro's career-making performance as Bickle is truly haunting, recalling those real-life outcasts who have used violent crime to tell an oblivious world: "I was here!". John Farr: The Best Scorsese Movies by Farr
  • Through the Desert is a pretty clever game, but as a themed game it stinks - camels simply don't line up in endless chains across the burning wastelands.
  • The animals tend to base themselves on wasteland or in overgrown gardens. Times, Sunday Times
  • The pollution has already turned vast areas into a wasteland.
  • Bribing his way by caravan over the wastelands of the Afar province, he is not amused by the locals.
  • It's mostly teenagers, but there's youngsters as young as four and five starting fires in the wastelands around the estates.
  • A tourist returning from hiking along the Great Wall of China decided to take a short cut by jumping down onto 'wasteland' - and was instantly killed when he landed in the jaws of a tiger. Feeding time for tiger. Give that man a Darwin Award.
  • In fact, a new industry of contingency-fee consultants has sprung up to help states find and exploit the "ambiguities" in Medicaid's regulatory wasteland. Medicaid Money Laundering
  • America has become a moral wasteland poised for mass paralysis through entertainment. The Times Literary Supplement
  • All of the planet was either polluted seas, barren wastelands, or decaying urban sprawl.
  • Recreational boating and fishing have returned to what was formerly a mosquito-breeding wasteland.
  • The uncredited character in this film is Vegas itself, at times both a glittering wonderland, and a brutal wasteland.
  • Rubbish collects in vast areas of wasteland. Times, Sunday Times
  • Rubbish collects in vast areas of wasteland. Times, Sunday Times
  • I thought that Holmes’ term wasteland was not inappropriate. The Moor
  • His aircraft crashed in a remote, uninhabited wasteland. Times, Sunday Times
  • Whereas she (said youngest sister) was so swathed in ruffles and curls for pictures she looked like some lemon chiffon confection, I was, from about 3 or so on, dressed in pretty but far more sensible plaids (yeah, the late 60s and early 70s were a fashion wasteland) and turtlenecks, my long hair straight, shiny and pulled away from my face with a nice barrette or two. Princesses in the House « Lab Kat
  • Hundreds of homes have already been torn down, leaving wastelands dividing the streets.
  • Eliot's Wasteland isn't about flowers, the finest of Okigbo's poems and the finest of Okot p'bitek's aren't about flowers at all. Vanguard News
  • The few who remain uninfected flee to the protection of the US army as the undead rampage through a wasteland of higher living standards and improved public services. Archive 2007-05-01
  • At the core of this discourse is a billion-dollar industry of human smuggling no longer controlled by the "coyote," a term largely reserved for the lone pirate paid by a desperate migrant to navigate the dangerous wasteland between the U.S. and Mexico. Geri Spieler: Moving Millions : How Coyote Capitalism Fuels Global Immigration
  • To turn your customer base into a constantly-on-alert totalitarian wasteland is not the effective solution. - Boing Boing
  • While denationalized corporations and multinational elites would assumedly rule such a world from secure urban enclaves, the multitudes would be relegated to urban and rural wastelands. Alfred W. McCoy: The Decline and Fall of the American Empire: Four Scenarios for the End of the American Century by 2025
  • Studies show that planting arid or wastelands that are unsuitable for food production with inedible biofuel crops such as jatropha could provide a way out.
  • I drove down streets that once teemed with life and now are ruined wastelands.
  • It is a shocking fact that despite the vast tracts of industrial wasteland in inner Glasgow the city now has a shortage of developable land.
  • The company want to counter the image of Siberia as little more than a vast wintry wasteland. The Sun
  • With each piece of bleached, dead coral washed ashore, the marine ecosystem comes that much closer to being a watery wasteland.
  • You'll see pasturelands, areas made into wasteland by cornfields.
  • The estimates of wastelands range from 76 million hectares to 175 million hectares.
  • Yes, yes, I know that some of the best dining in the world can be had in the UK these days but wander just a little way from any cosmopolitan hub and you are in a culinary wasteland.
  • But by the early eighties, the city was both a physical and cultural wasteland due to major label buyouts of the artists as well as the crippling drug habits of some of the others. LAMBGOAT.com News Headlines
  • One ducky is all it takes before ALL the toddlers are snatching duckies and taking our credit cards and and drinking our beer and calling for revolution and turning North America into a Mini-Maoist wasteland, littered with beer-sticky sippy cups and crayon-scrawled placards and cheap-assed Made In Alberta duckies and ruled by a bicky-sucking, blankie-toting military prole dictatorship. A Clockwork Sippy Cup | Her Bad Mother
  • Ten years ago, the area was a vast expanse of industrial wasteland.
  • AWEM is “a very simple atmospherical movie made of simple shots showing wasteland, rusty shipwreck, dead bird in oil and heart touching things like that.” No Fat Clips!!! : MAREK DENKO – Another Worthless Environmental Movie
  • Particularly amazing given what a restaurant wasteland this area is. Times, Sunday Times
  • Beyond, across a stretch of wasteland, the traffic poured in an unending stream along the riverside expressway. COMPULSION
  • DarrenWasteland: dammit Mark, I told you to never slightly move! on my keyring was a novelty pig you could squeeze, and when you squeeze it a substance would pop out of its butt hole to make it look like it was pooping undefined
  • America has become a moral wasteland poised for mass paralysis through entertainment. The Times Literary Supplement
  • Despite this, we are gradually unpicking the fabric of a once prosperous nation and turning it into a starved and enfeebled wasteland.
  • By 1985 one-third of the country was considered wasteland, thanks to the use of chemical defoliants.
  • A brand new retail park has very recently been opened on part of the site in the shadow of the few remaining gasholders, surrounded by bleak fenced-off wasteland.
  • Ilaria was no longer a blue lush world but a dark yellow and brown wasteland.
  • A scarlet, stony wasteland of laterite soil stretches in all directions under a silver sky - an unearthly sort of beauty.
  • Wasteland: Melrose Avenue most "fashiony" well-edited selections of things that looked like they just came off the runway. OrganizingLA Blog
  • Amanda is the teenage runaway, eking out a desperate existence on the margins of society, amidst the detritus of the contemporary Wasteland.
  • The TV-stations have been wastelands for two decades and most newspapers never had any interesting in what was happening abroad.
  • It is a vast wasteland the size of Texas that collects huge quantities of rubbish. Times, Sunday Times
  • The 24 tributes will be imprisoned in a vast outdoor arena that could hold anything from a burning desert to a frozen wasteland. Times, Sunday Times
  • Sections of many US cities are violent urban wastelands.
  • ‘It was basically a rubbish dump, an eroded, neglected wasteland,’ he says.
  • The triangular island was a closed military area in Soviet times but today is a wasteland of decrepit buildings. Times, Sunday Times
  • Los Angeles has long been known as a vapid cultural wasteland. www.philadelphiaweekly.com Philadelphia Weekly
  • Sorkin portrays TV, outdatedly, as a vast wasteland, despite the evidence of Lost, Battlestar Galactica, House, The Office, and most FX and HBO series, just for starters. Aaron Sorkin: The Shyamalan of TV - Tuned In - TIME.com
  • But what of the people it might displace, areas of fertile land that might become stretches of wasteland and even the water wars that might ensue?
  • MySpace will always be known as a wasteland where kiddies and self-proclaimed web designers subject the world to their design atrocities. Why MySpace Is Really GeoCities 2.0
  • Are the more modest price rises across Britain as a whole merely a reflection of the fact there are huge urban wastelands where no one will ever want to live again?
  • The police are to focus on an area of wasteland and a street where roadworks were being carried out at the time of the arrest. Times, Sunday Times
  • It does look like a nuclear bomb has hit - kilometres of blasted earth, with just a few shells of houses and the odd palm tree left standing amongst the wasteland.
  • But the most spectacular thing about the Polish Neisse riverbank with its wastelands, hourly hotels and dusty stores is the view of Görlitz.
  • And the sites have become scruffy wasteland. The Sun
  • In some ways this is an asset to the book, since it reinforces the sense that for many young people like "Buzz" Pepper this was an emotionally dead time, but for me the alienated youth theme only seems all the more conventionalized and predictable when it's cast as the foundation of an historical re-creation, a glimpse of a previous era's teenage wasteland. Narrative Strategies
  • The former silk road oasis of Hetian perches on the edge of China's Taklimakan Desert, a gravelly wasteland of scrub and rock. China Feels the Heat
  • This new surge of interest in religion is perhaps a reaction to the the spiritual wasteland of the 1980s.
  • The triangular island was a closed military area in Soviet times but today is a wasteland of decrepit buildings. Times, Sunday Times
  • As they sat on gray folding chairs in the desert wasteland, the war seemed to be in dismal shape.
  • Much of the ground looks like wasteland, well and truly munted.
  • Critics say the Wiesn has warped from a quaint Volksfest into a cultural wasteland: women in lederhosen, the occasional man in a dirndl, and celebrities such as Kim Kardashian and Paris Hilton flaunting designer renditions that cost thousands of dollars. At Oktoberfest, a Controversy Brews Over Racy Designer Dirndls
  • The US, because we are wealthy and powerful, is going to be slandered as a poisonous cultural wasteland.
  • It was shot in 16 mm Cinemascope in the wastelands of Winnipeg's St. Boniface industrial stockyards.
  • A year ago when we drove down the nearby raised road, both sides of the dyke were wastelands covered by small clumps of brush.
  • Vast areas will become wasteland. The Sun
  • The new peripheral communities were decried for everything from scarring the landscape to being cultural wastelands.
  • Coupled with the bleached out grey/green institutional wasteland of the hospital, a tense and unsettling atmosphere is created.
  • There is a vast expanse of potholed wasteland that serves as a car park. Times, Sunday Times
  • Set in a wasteland enclosed by a large white wall, the last survivor from a brutal child internment camp reluctantly takes on one final bounty hunting job to protect the idyllic life he has rebuilt.
  • His ideas inform the stark images of rural wastelands, twilit amusement parks and whiskey bottles that augment the musician's songs in the film.
  • Its presence suggested some attempt to populate this wasteland, long abandoned. THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW
  • It was a jagged wasteland of ovenlike heat, frantic mosquitoes, and unfordable, unsanitary rivers, with a local population that had a history of wiping out exploration parties.
  • Bearing in mind that one excised section of the Wasteland referred to a waiter and some unnatural practices with a dog, I think ‘depraved’ is probably a very good word for it.
  • York Central is an industrial wasteland of the type favoured by gritty cop dramas.
  • There is a thin strip of wasteland between the allotments and the depot which could be home to rats.
  • ‘When the five-year program ends in 2007, a total of 3 million hectares of wasteland across the country will be reforested,’ Prakosa said.
  • The decaying sports grounds have been turned into wastelands and junkie hangout spots.
  • We can generalize German beer in the same way that Stone can be generalized as 'hoppy' and New Glarus as 'safe' and the South as 'a wasteland of decent craft beer.' America v Germany
  • The animals tend to base themselves on wasteland or in overgrown gardens. Times, Sunday Times
  • He reached for the shack’s radio, tuned it to a soft midnight station, and sat in a mottled armchair that had been requisitioned from the garbage wastelands. Breakdown
  • Together they plant and tend a fragile garden in the unforgiving urban wasteland. Times, Sunday Times
  • | Reply played ‘em all except for number 5. starcontrol ii was phenomenal. personally, i thought multiplayer doom was more fun than halo and unreal because you still got to shoot up all the monsters in the middle of frag fests. wasteland is absolutely glorious. scott, remember me telling you that i wanted to have a podcast discussion about that game? EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - The top 5 PC games you never played.
  • He is that rarest of rare breeds, a Tory activist and campaigner who keeps the blue flag flying above the housing schemes and wastelands of Glasgow's east end.
  • The jungle is a stretch of wasteland where paperless migrants are sleeping rough, waiting for an opportunity to cross the channel and seek asylum in the UK.
  • The park was transformed from wasteland in 1997 and is home to a fascinating array of wildlife including frogs, toads, newts, dragonflies, damselflies, butterflies and birds.
  • That a traitor to England, the writer of Lord Horror, the infamous killer of children and a doomed rock ‘n’ roll showman have voyaged through the same miniscule wasteland is a beguiling fact. Ballardian » “Enthusiasm for the mysterious emissaries of pulp”: an interview with David Britton (the Savoy interviews, part 2a)
  • The animals tend to base themselves on wasteland or in overgrown gardens. Times, Sunday Times
  • He savaged suburbia as a wasteland of consumerism and conformity, peopled with 'Alfs'.
  • Vast areas will become wasteland. The Sun
  • This story is too far fetched, because a hole in the ozone in Antartica would generate so much heat, that Antartica would be a tropical forest, or a fiery wasteland!
  • The terrain varied from dismal rows of dunes to baked claypan, rock-tiled wasteland to savage, waterless mountains.
  • After all, they would have to know that if they attempted to nuke the US or its European allies the result would be a glass wasteland from the Zagros to the Dasht-i-Kavir. The Agonist - thoughtful, global, timely
  • Michael Lee, who retired in December 2005, alleged he was demoted from leading the Gang Enforcement Squad to the records section -- described as a "wasteland" -- after he requested an investigation into his former boss, Cmdr. George Hall, who he said used a racial slur. detnews.com - Local
  • And yet even with nothing but a future looming with gloomy forebodings, they repopulated the barren wasteland of space, bracing for the worst, testing the extents of their tenacity and ingenuity.
  • Most of the place is a volcanic wasteland, which is cold much of the year (and has two small ice caps) and that pesky polar cycle of seasons where the sun goes down for only two hours a night in summer and not at all for most of the winter. Eric Lurio: Iceland Is Melting!
  • One of the poorest parts of our capital city has been transformed, with wasteland turned into beautiful parkland with fantastic sporting facilities. The Sun
  • The canal has a total capacity of 30 cusecs of water, which would irrigate about 11,500 kanals of wasteland under Warila Pass.
  • The surface was that of desert and wastelands separated by massive oceans.
  • So far they have dreamed up murals to decorate wasteland, ornate gates for a park and colourful name signs at an estate in Farnworth where streets are named after flowers.
  • I seem to wander between the wastelands within as of late.
  • Earthwatch's ‘Cradle for Nature’ project was designed to develop a green way of using trees to create new soils on barren wasteland left behind after opencast mining.
  • We drive through flat wastelands of scrub and dust.
  • A historical epic set in China's vast northern wastelands would be expensive to make.
  • And they still bear the brunt of urban poverty as single parents in the commercial wastelands that too often are their neighborhoods.
  • Detroit has been turned into a barren wasteland, destroyed by a viral epidemic that many saw coming, but none chose to stop. Times, Sunday Times
  • However, workplace practices and the physical landscape of the cities have improved so much that the old fears of a modern visual wasteland are by now superannuated.
  • My favourite of these are the daffodils which appear everywhere from formal gardens to woodland paths to urban wastelands.
  • They were denuding the sheep pastures of grass, turning once successful ranches into wastelands and reducing wool production by half.
  • The regional branch of the Louvre is due to open in December on an industrial wasteland once home to a pit. Times, Sunday Times
  • Freegans are people who want it all for free - seriously, they're dedicated to living off the fat of post-industrial wasteland that is our capitalist dystopia.
  • This is now an unending conflict, with echoes of Vietnam, fought in the untracked wasteland of the southern mountains and around the Pakistan border.
  • You may see an industrial wasteland. Times, Sunday Times
  • Large, hard-boned dogs crack their skulls on the smoky rubbish wasteland on the edge of town, hanks of gory sheepskin lie in the turgid filth and multi-species dung.
  • One of the poorest parts of our capital city has been transformed, with wasteland turned into beautiful parkland with fantastic sporting facilities. The Sun
  • The 24 tributes will be imprisoned in a vast outdoor arena that could hold anything from a burning desert to a frozen wasteland. Times, Sunday Times
  • In their slick tuxedoed coats, they could almost be a column of wedding guests stranded in the snow, until they drop down and start belly surfing across the icy wasteland.
  • His original title was "Pale Blue and Green," a rather gentle description for the bleak industrial wasteland that serves not so much as the story's backdrop as its foreground: a depopulated landscape of rusted red, sulfurous yellow, gun-metal gray and sterile white. Start September With Superior Cinema
  • But what will it mean tomorrow when the sun rises over the urban wasteland I call home? Christianity Today
  • In the frigid dark silence he sat, the familiar rumble of the transport flooded his ears as they traversed the wastelands, almost lulling him to sleep.
  • These wetlands carelessly almost stupidly classified as wastelands are the first to lose ground to urban built-environments.
  • The car was dumped in a stretch of wasteland in the south of the city.

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