desolate - Meaning in Hindi

Meaning of desolate in Hindi

  • उजाड़
  • निर्जन
  • सुनसान
  • वीरान
  • सूना
  • अकेला
  • तनहा
  • बेमरम्मत
  • असंख्य
  • ग़ैर-आबाद


  • निर्जन करना

desolate Definition


  • (of a place) deserted of people and in a state of bleak and dismal emptiness.


  • make (a place) bleakly and depressingly empty or bare.

desolate Example

  • I suddenly felt desolate and bereft ( मैं अचानक उजाड़ और बेरंग महसूस कर रहा था )
  • How very desolate must that one be. ( वह कितना उजाड़ होगा। )
  • It was a desolate wasteland except for some grazing sheep. ( कुछ चरने वाली भेड़ों को छोड़कर यह एक उजाड़ बंजर भूमि थी। )
  • Wilson said kindly: "Why, my boy, you look desolate." ( विल्सन ने विनम्रता से कहा: "क्यों, मेरे लड़के, तुम उजाड़ लग रहे हो।" ) 
  • It presents a desolate appearance. ( यह एक उजाड़ स्वरूप प्रस्तुत करता है। )

More Sentence

  • My family has discovered the best time for us to enjoy a desolate beach is Sunday morning when most people are in church.  
  • When the reactor leaked the deadly chemicals, it destroyed the surrounding countryside and made the area desolate for over fifty miles.  
  • The green valleys became desolate during the drought.  
  • Since the restaurant received a bad review from a popular critic, its reservation book has been quite desolate.  
  • At one o’clock in the morning, the streets are desolate and free of traffic in the tiny community.  
  • The opening of the huge shopping center on the outskirts of town has turned the once vibrant main street into a desolate road lined with empty stores.  
  • The desolate wilderness is bounded only by the distant Red Sea.
  • Babylon will be left desolate without a single inhabitant.
  • So Tamar remained desolate in her brother Absalom's house.
  • Yet the desolate fail to call upon Me in their time of need.
  • Q: I have been barren for the last two years, desolate and.
  • Then I will have to die of old age on this desolate island.
  • There was neither of those items in this hot desolate place.
  • On the other bank cattle were feeding on the desolate flats.
  • He may make me feel desolate, make my spirits sink and hide the future from me.
  • It was attacked in 1689, and in 1690 it was utterly destroyed by the French and Indians, and remained desolate until after the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713.
  • The indifference of the Jews to the desolate conditions of their sanctuary opens up a problem of some difficulty.
  • At that conference the work had spread from Ring's Ash in Devon to Morrah, a lonely and desolate parish in west Cornwall.
  • A desolate moor