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Spell check of deserted

Correct spelling: deserted

Synonyms:
forsaken, uninhabited, stark, tumble-down, released, abnegated, lonesome, capitulated, decrepit, forgone, unused, foregone, clear, obsolete, lifeless, creaky, relinquished, retracted, delinquent, rusty, flea-bitten, uncrowded, bereft, full, miserable, barren, unfrequented, crossed, gave given quit, waived, surrendered, disowned, quit, derelict, inhospitable, disavowed, woebegone, desert, shedded, withdrew, broken-down, disclaimed, forsook, arid, parched, dusty, Godforsaken, vacant, dreary, bedraggled, empty, lonely, dropped, denied, forlorn, shed, remiss, backslid, vacated, bleak, abdicated, tatterdemalion, hollow, ramshackle, disused, neglectful, inaccessible, refused, lorn, sun-baked, desolate, evacuated, treeless, unaccessible, blank, rejected, keep, dry, defected, resigned, dilapidated, withdrawn, forwent, forgotten, dismal, abandoned, bare, discontinued, renounced, betrayed, wild, void, run-down, left.

Antonyms:
salvaged, inhabited, reconditioned, redeemed, reclaimed, restored, retrieved, recovered, saved, rehabbed, rescued, rehabilitated.

Examples of usage:

1) But she has no home, and her own has deserted her! - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

2) Now even the bears deserted us. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

3) He did not speak to his wife during the illness, or after the death, which she must have accepted as an accusation that she was somehow responsible; for she soon took to her bed, and never left it alive except to wearily climb the stairs at twelve o'clock every night, to visit the child's deserted room,- the room next to this, and into which no one is permitted to look. - "The Mystery of the Locks", Edgar Watson Howe.

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