American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Having no residents; not inhabited.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not inhabited; having no inhabitants: as, an uninhabited island.
- adj. not having inhabitants; not lived in
- un- + inhabited. (Wiktionary)
“Given the speeds and the fact that satellite phones offer better coverage primarily in uninhabited, rural areas, but not underground or inside buildings, where most consumers experience dropped calls, I think the consumer opportunity is pretty small.”
“Neither are so-called “industrial-use” products, even ozone generators, sold to and intended for use by professionals in uninhabited spaces.”
“The earth is largely uninhabited from the perspective of geographical area.”
“Let us hope that some of the islands remain uninhabited, so that these unfortunate brutes may escape being exterminated entirely.”
“They had built huts in uninhabited places, or made a twisted bower of strong green creepers, and lived their primitive paradisal life wanting nothing but each other; sometimes, through accidents and illness, they had nursed each other, with such unwearied tenderness that death himself had to withdraw, defeated by love.”
“As we were in uninhabited country, and expected to be for a month or more, the appearance of four men and some camels was a welcome sight and the occasion of marked politeness on both sides, Mr. Rijnhart presenting them with some bread, and Rahim exchanging tobacco with them.”
“He was referring to the uninhabited stretch of desert northwest of the city where many of the murdered women’s bodies had been found.”
“Gen. Angus Watt, has ordered the program fast-tracked, and his staff plan to give special consideration to companies that can quickly deliver the so-called uninhabited aerial vehicles or UAVs.”
“Gen. Angus Watt, has ordered the program fast-tracked, and his staff plan to give special consideration to companies that can quickly deliver the so-called uninhabited aerial vehicles or UAVs...”
“Soon the fleet was winging its way over Asno-a land of snow and ice, fierce beasts, great tracts of uninhabited icefields-uninhabited, that is, by civilised beings.”
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