dispeople

dis·peo·ple

 (dĭs-pē′pəl)
tr.v. dis·peo·pled, dis·peo·pling, dis·peo·ples
To depopulate.
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dispeople

(dɪsˈpiːpəl)
vb (tr)
1. (Sociology) to remove the inhabitants from
2. obsolete to exterminate
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dis•peo•ple

(dɪsˈpi pəl)

v.t. -pled, -pling.
to depopulate.
[1480–90]
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References in classic literature ?
As for conflagrations and great droughts, they do not merely dispeople and destroy.
is re - t a dispeople But it highlights the gulf in coverage this region has had to endure - putting our businesses at disadvantage and leaving people frustrated despite forking out the same money for contracts as the well-heeled communities in Berkshire.