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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdesertedde‧sert‧ed /dɪˈzɜːtɪd $ -ɜːr-/ ●○○ adjective  1 empty and quiet because no people are there The streets were deserted. The old mine now stands completely deserted.see thesaurus at empty2 deserted wife/husband/child etc
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desertedThirty years later, the steel mill town stands completely deserted.The beach was deserted and unsafe for bathing according to the guidebook.Take care not to swim out too far, particularly on deserted beaches.For a moment he hesitated, nervous of breaking the strange stillness of the deserted landscape.On one side was a deserted lorry park.It was only in such oblique ways that he referred to his state of deserted, now divorced, husband.So far we have been looking at earthworks particular to deserted settlement sites.a deserted street cornerNot a wet, cold, grey and grizzly day on a lonely and deserted stretch of coast at Birkenhead.I wondered, driving round the utterly deserted town.We passed through several deserted villages whose inhabitants had fled.
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