Synonyms for populated
Antonyms for populated
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR POPULATED
It has populated the mountains and the plains of our own country.
Third, some escapees from Ardu reached and populated the world Ardry.
Their world is not populated by men and women, but by a Unity that is Permanent.
On the frontiers, counties were organized and populated in a season.
He came not only after God was active, but after men and beasts had populated the world.
This place is said to be populated from his offspring and the race that sprang from him.
It has populated our Territories and newer States with the elect of our citizenship.
Mexico, considering its size, is one of the least populated countries in the world.
Were it otherwise, how could an island thirteen miles by four continue to be populated?
Counties are to be populated, and towns built, all over the new States and Territories.
1610s, from Medieval Latin populatus, past participle of populare "inhabit, to people," from Latin populus "inhabitants, people, nation" (see people (n.)). Related: Populated; populating.