Unpeople - definition of unpeople by The Free Dictionary
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un·peo·ple (ŭn-pē′pəl) tr.v. un·peo·pled
To reduce sharply the population of (an area); depopulate.
unpeople ( ʌnˈpiːpəl) vb
tr) to empty of people un•peo•ple (ʌnˈpi pəl) v.t. -pled, -pling.
to deprive of people; depopulate.
unpeople Past participle: unpeopled Gerund: unpeopling Imperative Present Preterite Present Continuous Present Perfect Past Continuous Past Perfect Future Future Perfect Future Continuous Present Perfect Continuous Future Perfect Continuous Past Perfect Continuous Conditional Past Conditional
Imperative unpeople unpeople
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Persia and Greece; Kiss any old murderer Who'll quench my body's furor Though his victims' bones should crawl Up to my own gate and wall.