Definition of Depeopling

1. Verb. (present participle of depeople) ¹



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Definition of Depeopling

1. depeople [v] - See also: depeople

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Depeopling

dependent variable
dependent variables
dependently
dependents
depender
dependest
dependeth
depending
depending on(p)
dependingly
dependovirus
depends
depeople
depeopled
depeoples
depeopling (current term)
deperditely
deperdition
deperm
depermed
deperming
deperms
depersonalisation
depersonalisation disorder
depersonalisation neurosis
depersonalise
depersonalised
depersonalises
depersonalising
depersonalization

Literary usage of Depeopling

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1. The Iliads of Homer, Prince of Poets: Never Before in Any Language Truly by Homer, George Chapman, William Cooke Taylor (1843)
"Yet undone the great work is, all eyes Must see Achilles in first fight, depeopling« enemies, As well as counsel it in court: that every man set ..."

2. Excerpta Cypria: Materials for a History of Cyprus by Claude Delaval Cobham (1908)
"... owing to the rapacity and tyranny of the government, and is depeopling very fast. The population both Turk and Greek are represented as extremely ..."

3. Paris and the Social Revolution: A Study of the Revolutionary Elements in by Alvan Francis Sanborn (1905)
"... then, only for the sake of depeopling later on ? Ah, no, thank you. If we must die, we like better to die at once and by a death of our own choosing. ..."

4. Collections of the Georgia Historical Society by Georgia Historical Society (1842)
"This extraordinary tenure will be a great means of depeopling the colony as fast as you can people it ; for those poor people, who now gladly embrace any ..."

5. Travels to and from Constantinople in the Years 1827 and 1828 by Charles Colville Frankland (1829)
"... owing to the rapacity and tyranny of the Government, and is depeopling very fast. The population, both Turk and Greek, are represented as extremely ..."

6. Historical Memoirs of Louisiana: From the First Settlement of the Colony to by Benjamin Franklin French (1853)
"... and yet we must confess that the English succeeded most completely, and the Spaniard least of all, in depeopling the land of its former inhabitants. ..."

7. Milk by Edward F. Brush (1898)
"He has lately discovered that the death rate in infants is so alarmingly large that there is great danger of depeopling the nation; therefore, he has issued ..."

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