- tir diffaith
Noun(1) an uninhabited wilderness that is worthless for cultivation
(1) It only comes out at the outskirts of the land where the barren wasteland ends and things begin to grow again.(2) we'd creep through a hole in the fence on this bit of wasteland and play games in the bushes(3) the mid 70s are now seen as something of a cultural wasteland(4) the restoration of industrial wasteland(5) the mid 70s are now seen as something of a cultural wasteland(6) the restoration of industrial wasteland(7) Wood is found in the village's wastelands / countryside, or re-used from the rubble of the houses.(8) A historical epic set in China's vast northern wastelands would be expensive to make.(9) Sections of many US cities are violent urban wastelands .(10) I seem to wander between the wastelands within as of late.(11) In the frigid dark silence he sat, the familiar rumble of the transport flooded his ears as they traversed the wastelands , almost lulling him to sleep.(12) I drove down streets that once teemed with life and now are ruined wastelands .(13) The surface was that of desert and wastelands separated by massive oceans.(14) The trip would comprise of roughly 750 km through the vast Mongolian prairies and the arid wastelands of the Gobi desert.(15) When native film-makers point the camera at their homeland, the post-industrial wastelands of the Clyde are usually somewhere in the background.(16) Are the more modest price rises across Britain as a whole merely a reflection of the fact there are huge urban wastelands where no one will ever want to live again?
(1) waste land :: tir gwastraff
1. wilderness ::
2. desert ::
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