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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishuninhabitedun‧in‧hab‧it‧ed /ˌʌnɪnˈhæbɪtɪd◂/ adjective  EMPTYan uninhabited place does not have anyone living there syn deserted an uninhabited islandsee thesaurus at empty
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uninhabitedVictorine Meurent lived in another system of reference, in a narrative as yet unformulated and uncodified, but not uninhabited.Most of the islands in Clear Bay are uninhabited.Offshore, there's a maze of islands, many uninhabited.One can feel responsibility without feeling love, otherwise the world would be uninhabited.The centre is vast and uninhabited.The land, relentlessly monotone in all but a few summer weeks of feverish flowering, is almost uninhabited.Access to this remote uninhabited Himalayan mountain is via high snow-covered passes.The two seek refuge on an uninhabited island.an uninhabited islandLaxford Bridge is a welcome uninhabited oasis amongst shaggy surroundings.Both groups need to leave and are intending to settle on a previously uninhabited planet.uninhabited islandThe two seek refuge on an uninhabited island.They set up camp on the uninhabited island; and started a barbecue.It turns the fan at a public toilet on an uninhabited island in Boston Harbor.The new airport was to be built at Chek Lap Kok, a largely uninhabited island north of Lantau island.
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