DESERTED: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for DESERTED?

Need another word that means the same as “deserted”? Find 2 synonyms and 30 related words for “deserted” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Deserted” are: abandoned, derelict

Deserted as an Adjective

Definitions of "Deserted" as an adjective

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “deserted” as an adjective can have the following definitions:

  • Forsaken by owner or inhabitants.
  • (of a place) empty of people.

Synonyms of "Deserted" as an adjective (2 Words)

abandonedFree from constraint- Liam O’Flaherty.
Weed grown yard of an abandoned farmhouse.
derelictForsaken by owner or inhabitants.
A derelict Georgian mansion.

Usage Examples of "Deserted" as an adjective

  • Deserted beaches of soft sand.

Associations of "Deserted" (30 Words)

abandonedForsaken by owner or inhabitants.
An abandoned car.
countermandAn order revoking a previous one.
I forthwith mounted and went off lest I should receive a countermand.
derelictA ship or other piece of property abandoned by the owner and in poor condition.
He was derelict in his duty to his country.
dilapidated(of a building or object) in a state of disrepair or ruin as a result of age or neglect.
The tank was now rather dilapidated.
disrepairPoor condition of a building or structure due to neglect.
The station gradually fell into disrepair.
drainEmpty of liquid drain the liquid from.
A drain of young talent by emigration.
emptinessThe quality of having no value or purpose; futility.
Feelings of emptiness and loneliness.
emptyBecome empty or void of its content.
Her life felt empty and meaningless.
famishDie of food deprivation.
They had famished the city into surrender.
forlornPitifully sad and abandoned or lonely.
A forlorn cause.
hollowA depression hollowed out of solid matter.
A hollow metal tube.
islandA zone or area resembling an island.
This island nation.
isolatedMarked by separation of or from usually contiguous elements.
An isolated pawn.
laveWash or flow against.
The sea below laved the shore with small agitated waves.
lonelyWithout companions; solitary.
A lonely crossroads.
medMedicine medication.
He d forgotten to take his meds.
nerdBe or become extremely excited or enthusiastic about a subject, typically one of specialist or minority interest.
A computer nerd.
outcastExcluded from a society.
She went from trusted pal to ostracized outcast overnight.
outsiderA competitor, applicant, etc. thought to have little chance of success.
The winner was Beech Road a fifty to one outsider.
pariahA person who is rejected (from society or home.
They were treated as social pariahs.
ramshackleIn deplorable condition.
A ramshackle cottage.
ruined(of a building or place) reduced to a state of decay, collapse, or disintegration.
The nation s ruined economy.
tatterdemalionWorn to shreds; or wearing torn or ragged clothing.
A tatterdemalion prince.
unoccupiedNot leased to or occupied by a tenant.
Unoccupied hours.
vacancyBeing unoccupied.
A vacancy for a shorthand typist.
vacantWithout an occupant or incumbent.
The President resigned and the post was left vacant.
vacateLeave (a job, post, or position) voluntarily.
Rooms must be vacated by noon on the last day of your holiday.
vacuumClean with a vacuum cleaner.
The room needs to be vacuumed.
vagrantRelating to or living the life of a vagrant.
Vagrant whales.
voidDeclare that (something) is not valid or legally binding.
Void spaces surround the tanks.

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