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But Scriptures say a kingdom divided against itself shall be made desolate. HERE BE DRAGONS (1997)At the moment, that made the room seem all the more desolate. MURDER MOVES IN (1997)
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British English: desolate ADJECTIVE
A desolate place is empty of people and lacking in comfort.
...a desolate landscape of flat green fields.
Definition of desolate from the Collins English Dictionary
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