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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PEOPLED

It tells us of the various classes who peopled the village and farmed its fields.

I found him in a lonely glen, peopled only in story, and then by fairies.

The strain was too great even for such wild spirits as peopled the camp.

Thus on that starless night the Shallows were peopled by uneasy souls.

The Campagna, once so fruitful and so peopled, has become a desert.

Those who peopled it were not sordid, they were not even blue.

"He that came down from heaven," had seen, in heaven, how largely that world is peopled with them.

Her absorption had peopled the world for her with four people at most.

Your hand has girt it round about with cliffs and peopled it with a peaceful race.

The whole of that coast is English, we might say, peopled with colonists.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR PEOPLED

residential

adjectivecharacterized by private, as opposed to commercial, dwellings
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