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/ ˌʌnɪnˈhæbɪtɪd /


  1. (of a place) not having inhabitants

    an uninhabited island

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Example Sentences

What was once one of 505 uninhabited islands in the region quickly became a bustling, crammed metropolis.

North and South America, though at that time uninhabited by people, teemed with huge, unfamiliar, and fierce beasts.

Many more died on uninhabited islands, victims of tropical diseases, hunger and heartbreak.

From there, the local authorities transported the group to Kuku, an uninhabited island, and left them there.

The Pentagon disregarded the order and sent two huge planes to pass over a group of tiny uninhabited islands south-west of Japan.

Although the larger islands boasted farms and fishing stations, the majority were uninhabited.

Give a flower to Moab, for in its flower it shall go out: and the cities thereof shall be desolate, and uninhabited.

But now the green shadows from without seemed to have become black in the uninhabited desolation.

Climbing flowers clung about the doorway of this uninhabited house, mounting as high as the first story.

The trail we traveled was an Indian path extending for nearly seventy miles through an uninhabited wilderness.


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