Do you remember the scene in which the mayor and his cronies take Dmitri to this desolate place and threaten him with a gun?
I take a last longing glimpse, before facing front and reality: the desolate in-between before I see my beloved Hawaii again.
The palm trees have gone, leaving a desolate wasteland of stumps reaching into the sky.
But Nev had been betrayed by his church, and his heart-broken death left his family poor and desolate.
Forty-five minutes north of Los Angeles, a desolate ranch is the setting for a deadly encounter.
That night the town was desolate, for all who could do so fled to Aiken or Columbia.
Yet all seemed cheerless; for the heart of Paralus was desolate.
It is a wild and desolate sea coast, defended by bars and strewn with wrecks.
He was ashamed to be there—ashamed to meet the desolate and, as he believed, erring sister.
After having succeeded in stopping the affrighted animals, I took a careful survey of my desolate surroundings.
late 14c., from desolate (adj.). Related: Desolated; desolating.