verb (desolat, ing)
- To deprive somewhere of inhabitants; to devastate or lay waste somewhere; to abandon or forsake something; to make someone sad, forlorn and hopeless.
- deserted and devoid of inhabitants
- barren and lifeless
- made unfit for habitation or use
- dismal or dreary
- sad, forlorn and hopeless
- German: trostlos
- Italian: nero
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