Thesaurus / uninhabited

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

It offended verisimilitude, like the pretended anxiety of Robinson Crusoe and others to escape from uninhabited islands.
ACROSS THE PLAINSROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
At four leagues from this village we found a village of five houses which was uninhabited.
It is uninhabited, save by an elderly man and woman who act as caretakers; but even these have no access to the room.
THE GHOST WORLDT. F. THISELTON (THOMAS FIRMINGER THISELTON) DYER
The uninhabited part of the earth is surely worthy of divine complacency.
All game birds are becoming scarce as the country becomes settled and they are confined to uninhabited regions.
OUR VANISHING WILD LIFEWILLIAM T. HORNADAY
It looked as if those thousands of red houses were uninhabited.
I noticed that we were travelling a wild, uninhabited, and rocky district by the sea-side.
This does not mention the islands that are small and uninhabited, which are without number.
All these are names of uninhabited places, or thinly inhabited, or of rivers which are torrents.
With two exceptions, these “Intermediate Islands” are uninhabited.

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