Origin of unpeopled
Definition for unpeopled (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), un·peo·pled, un·peo·pling.
Examples from the Web for unpeopled
This early painting already has the unpeopled froideur that his critics complain of in his buildings.
Our feelings may be imagined, at seeing the mangled bodies of people of our own race in these remote and unpeopled prairies.Early Western Travels 1748-1846|Various
All else is but the setting, and the eye sweeps with indifference the line of unpeopled rocks.Malbone|Thomas Wentworth Higginson
If they rode alone, they felt none of that loneliness which is so integral a part of the still, unpeopled places.North of Fifty-Three|Bertrand W. Sinclair
The stillness around me seemed awful, and the clatter of my animal's small shoe sounded far away in the unpeopled solitude.rminius Vambry, his life and adventures|rminius Vambry
Afterwards he had ranged the city like a prairie wolf, ranged it as though it had been an unpeopled desert, free to his stride.The Branding Iron|Katharine Newlin Burt