depeople

[ dee-pee-puhl ]
/ diˈpi pəl /

verb (used with object), de·peo·pled, de·peo·pling.

to depopulate.

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Origin of depeople

First recorded in 1605–15; de- + people
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Example sentences from the Web for depeople

  • Nay, it needs no such stupendous cataclysm to depeople this uneasy orb.

    A Cynic Looks at Life|Ambrose Bierce