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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of people.
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- adj. Stocked with, or as with, people; inhabited.
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- adj. furnished with people
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I was pleased with the idea, that, if the earth should be again peopled, we, the lost race, would, in the relics left behind, present no contemptible exhibition of our powers to the new comers.
Gentile world, was again peopled and enriched by the setting up of the
That thus the country which was waste and desolate, and without inhabitant (ch.v. 9; vi. 11), shall be again peopled, nay, it shall be over-peopled (v. 19): "Thy waste and thy desolate places, that have long lain so, and the land of thy destruction, that land of thine which was destroyed with thee and which nobody cared for dwelling in, shall now be so full of people that there shall be no room for the inhabitants."
108 The present age is satisfied with the simple and rational opinion, that the islands of Great Britain and Ireland were gradually peopled from the adjacent continent of
Urimba, though a large district of Kawendi, has a village of the same name peopled by refugees from Yombeh, who found the delta of the Loajeri, though the unhealthiest of spots — equal to that of the Rusizi — far preferable to the neighbourhood of Sultan
He just happens to come from Limbo, a dimension that's primarily "peopled" by vampires, werewolves, and the like.
At the dawn of creation those waters covered the face of the earth, so that there were no living things except such as peopled the sea.
Those who inhabited the air were called Sylphs; and those who dwelt in the earth bore the name of Gnomes; such as peopled the fire were Salamanders; and those who made their home in the waters were Undines.
"peopled" by our inhuman lizard overlords whereas corporations are built from the VERY BEST humans.
When peopled by him and the lethargic Mikel John Obi, Chelsea's central midfield offers no dynamism.