desert(s) (Meaning)

desert(s)

such land having a very warm climate and receiving less than 25 centimeters (10 inches) of sporadic rainfall annually, to withdraw from or leave usually without intent to return, excellence, worth, a wild uninhabited and uncultivated tract, to abandon military duty without leave and without intent to return, to quit one's post, allegiance, or service without leave or justification, a desolate or forbidding area, to leave in the lurch, a deserved reward or punishment, worthiness of reward or punishment, to abandon (military service) without leave, deserved reward or punishment, an area of water apparently devoid of life, dry land with few plants and little rainfall, of or relating to a desert (see desert entry 1), the quality or fact of meriting reward or punishment, to withdraw from, to quit one's post without permission especially with the intention of remaining away permanently, desolate and sparsely occupied or unoccupied, to leave someone or something one should stay with, arid land with usually sparse vegetation, forsaken, of, relating to, or resembling a desert, being barren and without life, to fail one in time of need

desert(s) Sentence Examples

  1. The vast Sahara desert stretches across North Africa, covering an area larger than the entire United States.
  2. The driest desert in the world is the Atacama Desert in Chile, where rainfall has been almost non-existent for centuries.
  3. The Namib Desert in Namibia is known for its towering sand dunes, which form some of the highest in the world.
  4. The Sonoran Desert in Mexico and the United States is home to a diverse array of plant and animal life, including iconic saguaro cacti.
  5. The Australian Outback is a vast, rugged desert region that covers much of the continent's interior.
  6. The Gobi Desert in Asia is one of the largest deserts on Earth, extending across both Mongolia and China.
  7. The Kalahari Desert in southern Africa is home to a variety of wildlife, including lions, elephants, and zebras.
  8. The salt flats of the Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia resemble a vast, surreal desert covered in a thick layer of salt.
  9. The Thar Desert in India and Pakistan is a barren, windswept region prone to severe droughts.
  10. The Arctic and Antarctic deserts are characterized by extremely cold temperatures, harsh winds, and minimal precipitation.

FAQs About the word desert(s)

such land having a very warm climate and receiving less than 25 centimeters (10 inches) of sporadic rainfall annually, to withdraw from or leave usually without

punishment,discipline, sentence, penalty, correction, assessment, castigation, fine,wrath, criticism

amnesty, parole,indemnity, acquittal, exemption, impunity, immunity, exoneration, vindication, pardon

The vast Sahara desert stretches across North Africa, covering an area larger than the entire United States.

The driest desert in the world is the Atacama Desert in Chile, where rainfall has been almost non-existent for centuries.

The Namib Desert in Namibia is known for its towering sand dunes, which form some of the highest in the world.

The Sonoran Desert in Mexico and the United States is home to a diverse array of plant and animal life, including iconic saguaro cacti.