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See definition of unpopulated on Dictionary.com
  • as inbleak
  • as inuninhabited

synonyms for unpopulated

  • austere
  • chilly
  • cold
  • desolate
  • dreary
  • grim
  • bare
  • blank
  • blighted
  • bombed
  • burned
  • cleared
  • deforested
  • desert
  • deserted
  • exposed
  • flat
  • gaunt
  • open
  • raw
  • scorched
  • stripped
  • unsheltered
  • weather-beaten
  • wild
  • windswept
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antonyms for unpopulated

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  • bright
  • cheerful
  • friendly
  • happy
  • hot
  • sympathetic
  • warm
  • appealing
  • comfortable
  • comforting
  • congenial
  • encouraging
  • nice
  • pleasant
  • sunny
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How to use unpopulated in a sentence

Luckily large sections of this world are mostly wilderness and unpopulated in the areas where we operate the base posts.
THE TIME TRADERSANDRE NORTON
And if she drifts into an unpopulated part of the ocean she may soon become overdue.
THE MIRROR OF THE SEAJOSEPH CONRAD
What did this alkali-covered column mean—there upon the bleak, unpopulated Wyoming plains?
FAMOUS INDIAN CHIEFSCHARLES H. L. JOHNSTON
On and on they went through the lonely, unpopulated country.
THE MYSTERY OF THE FIRESEDITH LAVELL
And a railway in an almost unpopulated country like our projected lines will take a long time to make it a paying business.
THE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF CHINASUN YAT-SEN
While the difference of the economic condition between a well populated country and an unpopulated country is very great.
THE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF CHINASUN YAT-SEN
But a railway between a very thickly populated and a very thinly populated or unpopulated country is the best paying proposition.
THE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF CHINASUN YAT-SEN
Islands of settlement served but to accentuate the unpopulated condition of the Rocky Mountain West.
THE LAST AMERICAN FRONTIERFREDERIC L. (FREDERIC LOGAN) PAXSON
The country was unpopulated and open, the chief impediments in the way of the party being the streams and marshes and rivers.
THE THREE COMMANDERSW.H.G. KINGSTON
Wherever deep valleys bring a milder climate within reach of the pastures the latter are unpopulated for miles on either side.
THE ANDES OF SOUTHERN PERUISAIAH BOWMAN
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WORDS RELATED TO UNPOPULATED

  • austere
  • bare
  • blank
  • blighted
  • bombed
  • burned
  • chilly
  • cleared
  • cold
  • deforested
  • desert
  • deserted
  • desolate
  • dreary
  • exposed
  • flat
  • gaunt
  • grim
  • open
  • raw
  • scorched
  • stripped
  • unpopulated
  • unsheltered
  • weather-beaten
  • wild
  • windswept
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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