wasteland
Noun

wasteland (plural wastelands)

  1. A region with no remaining resources; a desert.
    • 2007, Kai Hansen, "To Mother Earth", Gamma Ray, Land of the Free II.
      quote en
    Ten years of drought had left the area a wasteland.
  2. Any barren or uninteresting place.
    After his experiences, he no longer found western Kansas such a wasteland.
Translations Translations
  • German: Ödnis
  • Russian: ("desert") пусты́ня



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