- land that is uncultivated or barren.
- an area that is devastated, as by flood, storm, or war.
- something, as a period of history, phase of existence, or locality, that is spiritually or intellectually barren.
- People tend to think of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone as a nuclear wasteland.
- Fundraising appeals have become a wasteland of laughable claims and empty threats that donors might not realize are so bogus or empty.
- That difference is important for understanding why one rocky planet may be lush and wet and habitable, while another is an arid wasteland.
- In addition, a biohybrid nose could also venture into contaminated wastelands to screen for toxic chemicals without harming a living being.
- We will wake up one day in a wasteland, surrounded by the crumbling bones of those who loved us and waited for us to love them back.
- Without it in the atmosphere, the Earth would be a barren, frozen wasteland.
- He took a time period that was a wasteland and gave it intelligence, wit, and consistent humor.
- You question every decision—personal, professional, spiritual—that has led you to this snowy wasteland.
- The palm trees have gone, leaving a desolate wasteland of stumps reaching into the sky.
- He might just save his regime, even if he rules little more than a wasteland filled with corpses.
- Our whole Northern Hemisphere, where our greatest nations were, was devastated; much of it is wasteland to this day.
- Out of the cramped ships they came, to bound in freedom and fresh breathable air across the wasteland.
- It became the fashion to forsake the school field for the more adventurous wasteland of the neighbourhood.
- The Magellan lifted back into the sky, then moved out over the ocher wasteland that was the barren desert of the red planet.
- He chased them through the burning solitudes of that vast Northern wasteland like a veritable bloodhound.