unpeopled (adj.) Old form(s): Vn-peopel'd , vnpeopled
devoid of people, lacking retinue, without servants
LLL II.i.88[Boyet to Princess, of the King] He rather means to lodge you in the field [than] ... let you enter his unpeopled house
R2 I.ii.69[Duchess of Gloucester to John of Gaunt, of Pleshey] what shall good old York there see / But ... / Unpeopled offices
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