deserted[ dih-zur-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF deserted
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DESERTED
The roads are empty, the fields are deserted, the houses of entertainment are closed.
Nor will he pass "the hollow-sounding bittern" of the Deserted Village.
Outside the village street was deserted; there was no one to listen.
They say he had angry words with his wife--your Daisy--before he deserted her.
He fell in with 3000 of the enemy; and, as soon as he came near enough, deserted to them.
The self-command which Philip had obtained for a while deserted him when he was without the house.
Think of the philosophers who deserted the College of Heliopolis for Alexandria!
On reaching it he found it deserted, and was obliged to continue his journey.
He took it as an omen that the wilderness was deserted, and his confidence was strong.
And what would you think of me if I deserted you then, af-after all y-you've done?
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DESERTED
- all by one's lonesome
- batching it
- by itself/oneself
- by oneself
- in solitary
- me and my shadow
- me myself and I
- on one's own
- traveling light