from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not crowded: an uncrowded museum; an uncrowded bus.
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- adj. Not crowded
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- adj. having or allowing sufficient room
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Is your point that the only legitimate targets for self defense by firearm are mentally stable attackers in uncrowded locations in the afternoon?
Very peaceful, very "uncrowded", and unlike anything we had seen since landing in Mumbai.
The portion of the trek from Jiri to Lukla is often uncrowded, and therefore much better trekking country.
Big Acorn, Tyro, and Sunrise were all uncrowded, well covered and groomed, but my legs reminded me of my seniority and I retired no pun intended to upload some photos!
The road was uncrowded on a Sunday evening returning to the city, a relative joy that allowed me to admire the light from the setting sun on the trees that bordered the parkway—until all of a sudden I found myself in the middle of a 20-car traffic jam.
Though all too many Christians have strayed into that error over the centuries, most have not presumed to speculate about how crowded or uncrowded heaven will be.
And then there is the feeling of ease: the gentle pace at which Berlin's inhabitants get round the city by bike; the wide, uncrowded streets.
I guess its not as glamorous as Montana or Alaska, but there are miles of uncrowded waters.
The deer and turkey populations are very high in these areas, and during bow season there is lots of uncrowded public land; gun season can be a differeint story so to beat the crowd I hunt on private land.
A homeowners association, for example, might not care about catching fish, but they will care about property values; a healthy, dependable water supply; and sensible, uncrowded development.