deserted


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de·sert·ed

 (dĭ-zûr′tĭd)
adj.
1. No longer occupied or used; abandoned: a deserted sentry post.
2. Uninhabited: a deserted island.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.deserted - forsaken by owner or inhabitants ; "weed-grown yard of an abandoned farmhouse"
uninhabited - not having inhabitants; not lived in; "an uninhabited island"; "gaping doors of uninhabited houses"

deserted

adjective
2. abandoned, neglected, forsaken, lonely, forlorn, cast off, left stranded, left in the lurch, unfriended the image of a wronged and deserted wife

deserted

adjective
1. Having been given up and left alone:
Translations
مَهْجورمَهجور، مَتْروك
opuštěnýpustý
forladeforladtøde
yfirgefayfirgefinn
zapuščen
boşterk edilmiş

deserted

[dɪˈzɜːtɪd] ADJ [place, street] → desierto; [husband, wife] → abandonado

deserted

[dɪˈzɜːrtɪd] adj (= empty) → désert(e)

deserted

adj (= abandoned)verlassen; placeunbewohnt, (wie) ausgestorben; streetmenschenleer; (= lonely) personverlassen, einsam

deserted

[dɪˈzɜːtɪd] adj (streets) → deserto/a; (wife) → abbandonato/a

desert1

(diˈzəːt) verb
1. to go away from and leave without help etc; to leave or abandon. Why did you desert us?
2. to run away, usually from the army. He was shot for trying to desert.
deˈserted adjective
1. with no people etc. The streets are completely deserted.
2. abandoned. his deserted wife and children.
deˈserter noun
a man who deserts from the army etc.
deˈsertion (-ʃən) noun
(an) act of deserting.
References in classic literature ?
Yes, he went off with the rest of the Indians when Jacinto deserted us, but he could not stand being a traitor, after you had tried to save his brother's life.
The noted Sea of Galilee, where Roman fleets once rode at anchor and the disciples of the Saviour sailed in their ships, was long ago deserted by the devotees of war and commerce, and its borders are a silent wilderness; Capernaum is a shapeless ruin; Magdala is the home of beggared Arabs; Bethsaida and Chorazin have vanished from the earth, and the "desert places" round about them where thousands of men once listened to the Saviour's voice and ate the miraculous bread, sleep in the hush of a solitude that is inhabited only by birds of prey and skulking foxes.
In approaching this deserted mission-house from the south, the traveller passes over the mountain of San Juan, supposed to be the highest peak in the Californias.