depopulate

[ verb dee-pop-yuh-leyt; adjective dee-pop-yuh-lit, -leyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF depopulate

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"To get rid of them you'd have to depopulate the country," said Jason Jones.

While out riding he discovered the colony and at once resolved to depopulate it.

Poverty, death, and emigration then began to depopulate Paris.

Leopold seems to be doing his best to depopulate the country.

It has converted the valley into a desert, and will depopulate it.

All other measures will prove abortive, and you will depopulate the country.

The effect of this system was actually to depopulate many parishes.

The whites caught these words ringing clear and distinct: We will depopulate this whole country of whites.

There are no new cities built of any magnitude; the new would only depopulate the old.

I would start in at once to elevate, purify, and depopulate the red-light district.

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