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Adj. To be bare, scorched, radioactive, burnt, or uninhabitable. Usually a noman's land or dangerous plain object.
"The desolate barrens went on for miles."
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Extreme sadness/emptiness because of loneliness or the feeling of abandonment.

Something left empty, barren, abandoned.
"Babylon will be left desolate without a single inhabitant." - Jeremiah 51:29
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If you feel alone, left out, and devastated, you feel desolate. A deserted, empty, depressing place can be desolate too.
The world no matter how desolate,loved you 'll never have to be alone.
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Desolate describes destruction during natural disasters, like hurricanes and tornadoes. It can also describe empty, lonely places. In addition, it can also mean a sad, lonely, hopeless feeling.
Everyone felt desolate when the tornado destroyed their homes.

She felt extremely desolate when her husband died.

She felt desolate when her boyfriend abandoned her.

The town was desolate, the trees lost their leaves, the flower was dreary, and there was chilly wind.
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A lot of dead bodies, mostly piled on top of each other, no sound just a moan every now and then

Oh god that’s the meaning of cuddling
Jees, looking in sams room last night was sooooo desolate
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