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Definition of unpeopled
: not filled with or occupied by people
an unpeopled wilderness
Examples of unpeopled in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the Web The emptiness and silence of his childhood reproduce themselves in the unpeopled landscapes through which his characters wander. — Judith Shulevitz, The Atlantic, 5 Oct. 2021 Sweeping, unpeopled vistas and close-up shots of animals render the world in an enhanced, almost unnatural, high-definition style. — Kate Cray, The Atlantic, 16 Apr. 2021
Uninhabited: unpeopled wastelands.
unpeopled in American English
without people; uninhabited
Most of that show consisted of images of these same haunted, unpeopled streets and canals.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
So auch :
Empty of people.
‘the eerily unpeopled streets’ ...
Adj. 1. unpeopled - with no people living there; "vast unpopulated plains"
Related Words uninhabited, unpopulated ...
Witzig, dass das Webster Dictionary den Begriff "unpeopled" mit einem "unpopulated"-Beispiel belegt (#1).