Definition of uninhabited in English:

uninhabited

adjective

  • (of a place) without inhabitants.

    ‘small uninhabited islands’
    • ‘The first two doors led to uninhabited rooms, only filled with unused beds and bureaus.’
    • ‘Four thousand years ago the valley of Mecca was a dry and uninhabited place.’
    • ‘The jump is likely to take place in May next year in an uninhabited area of Canada, although the details have not been finalised.’
    • ‘I left [school] to help my sister who was fishing in inland water ponds, which are situated in uninhabited areas.’
    • ‘A whole small uninhabited town was erected nearby with two shops, a metro station, a factory and road and railway bridges.’
    • ‘It concentrates on places devoid of human interference, focusing on patterns made on often extreme and uninhabited places.’
    • ‘If it's solitude you're seeking, Rannoch Moor is the largest uninhabited area in Britain.’
    • ‘Dressed in their finest and bedecked with gold jewellery, their appearance seemed at odds in that uninhabited place.’
    • ‘The owl fled to the wild, uninhabited places, and now mournfully cries out for her home.’
    • ‘His Canadian co-pilot Lorne White will be travelling alongside him over some of the most uninhabited regions in the world.’
    • ‘By sheer luck, the gas released in Oklahoma City was blown into a mostly uninhabited area.’
    • ‘It was resting in a valley in an uninhabited region of the Atlas Mountains.’
    • ‘He just sends me out, and I direct the people to the uninhabited areas of the junkyard.’
    • ‘Would it not be better if such a terminal was in a more uninhabited area?’
    • ‘Rusty iron scraps, pipes and unusually shaped stones were scattered around the inhospitable and largely uninhabited area, it said.’
    • ‘Many settlers made their way to Utah by wagon train in search of an uninhabited land to start their own way of life.’
    • ‘The high urbanisation has resulted in massive tracts of uninhabited land across the country.’
    • ‘Their swords clashed with each other, ringing loudly over their uninhabited location.’
    • ‘They stopped at a normally uninhabited site and chose it to host the fire.’
    • ‘Many of these storms, if they occurred in uninhabited areas, would pass without any notice or impacts.’
    unpopulated, unpeopled, unsettled, unfrequented, unoccupied
    vacant, empty, unoccupied, untenanted, tenantless, unfilled, to let, free
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Pronunciation:

uninhabited

/ʌnɪnˈhabɪtɪd/