Definition Of unoccupiedly

adjective

(of ground) not occupied by inhabitants.

She looked quickly around, but the remote part of the palace grounds was still unoccupied .

not engaged in work or a pursuit; idle.

And when I'm unoccupied , I can never think of anything to do, or the lists I have of things to do don't appeal.

not occupied by enemy troops.

Vichy governed the French colonies and the southern part of France unoccupied by German troops and claimed that it was neutral in the war.

Example Of unoccupiedly

  • A street dog and its family found shelter in the premises of an unoccupied house.

  • And when I'm unoccupied , I can never think of anything to do, or the lists I have of things to do don't appeal.

  • Any piece of the urban landscape is subject to enemy reoccupation if it is left unoccupied or is not cordoned off by friendly forces.

  • Apparently I'd been flying some people to a picnic, a gathering, but since we'd crashed they decided to have the party in an unoccupied house.

  • Arafat's campaign has done nothing but convince the IDF that an unoccupied West Bank is a grave threat to Israeli security.


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