desert

[ dez-ert ]SEE DEFINITION OF desert

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DESERT

De Lord had been with them in six troubles, and he would not desert them in de seventh.

Their ancestors, like those of the Jews and the Babylonians, had been a desert folk.

For many years they lived amidst the trackless hills of the desert.

To desert a woman was justifiable, under certain circumstances.

But to desert a woman, and have her apparently not even know it, was against the rules of the game.

She knows every inch of the mountains, the canyons and the desert.

He knew no other girl who was master of the secrets of the desert and the canyons and the mountains.

So they said good-bye to Katy and rolled past Eileen's room on the way to the desert.

They could not move, because they would have had to desert either the guns or the wounded.

She had not experimented to an authoritative extent with the desert pickles.

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biome

nounlarge plant and animal community
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