Enter your text below to find synonyms and click here


581 synonyms found


[dˈɛsələt], [dˈɛsələt], [d_ˈɛ_s_ə_l_ə_t]

Synonyms for Desolate:

destroy (verb)

abolish, annihilate, atomize, bulldoze, decimate, demolish, destroy, devastate, disintegrate, dismantle, eradicate, exterminate, extirpate, flatten, lay waste, level, mow down, pulverize, raze, rip to shreds, smash, tear down, vaporize, wreck.

Other synonyms and related words:

Cimmerian, God-forsaken, Grey, Plutonian, Ruinate, Star-crossed, Unpeople, abandon, abandoned, absorb, acarpous, acheronian, adrift, afflict, afflicted, aggrieve, agonise, agonize, alienated, alone, angry, anguish, anguished, arid, arrant, atrophied, atrophy, au desespoir, austere, bald, barbarian, barbaric, bare, barren, be all alone, bereft, black, blame, blamed, blank, blast, blasted, bleak, bleakly, bless, blessed, blow, blow to smithereens, blow up, blue, blunt, bomb, bony, break, break down, bring to ruin, bring to tears, broken-hearted, brokenhearted, brooding, broody, by oneself, cadaverous, celibate, chap-fallen, cheerless, childless, chill, chop into pieces, clear, cloistered, cloudy, cloudy and rainy, cold, cold and chilly, comfortless, companionless, compensation, complete, completely unclothed, condemn, confound, consume, consummate, crestfallen, crude, crush, crush under foot, crushed, cut into ribbons, cut up, cutting, damage, damages, damned, dark, darkening, darn, darned, daunt, dead, deal destruction, dearth, deep-troubled, defeat, defect, defenceless, defenseless, deficiency, deficit, deflower, deject, dejected, denudate, denuded, depleted, depopulate, depopulated, depredate, depress, depressed, depressing, depressive, deprivation, derelict, desecrate, desert, deserted, desolated, desolately, desolation, desole, despairing, desperate, despoil, despondent, destitute, destroyed, destruction, detriment, deuce, deuced, devastated, devastation, devoid, devour, dilapidation, dim, diminish, dire, disconsolate, disconsolately, discourage, discouraged, dishearten, disheartened, disheartening, dismal, dismay, disorganize, dispeople, dispirit, dispirited, dispiriting, disrepair, dissipate, dissolve, distant, distress, distressed, disused, do in, doleful, dolorous, double-dyed, dour, down, down at the mouth, downcast, downhearted, drab, drained, draw tears, drear, dreary, dreich, dried-up, dry, dull, dusk, dusky, dysphoric, elegiac, emaciate, emaciated, embitter, empty, engorge, eremitic, estranged, everlasting, excruciate, exhausted, exposed, extinguish, fallow, famine, fatherless, finish, flagellate, forbidding, forfeiture, forgotten, forlorn, forlornly, forsake, forsaken, free, friendless, fritter, fruitless, full, funereal, furious, gaunt, gelded, give up, gloomily, gloomy, glum, gobble, gobble up, goddam, godforsaken, gone, gray, grief-stricken, grieve, grim, gross, gut, gut with fire, happy, hardscrabble, harm, harrow, harry, harsh, havoc, heart-broken, heart-stricken, heart-struck, heartbroken, heartsick, heartsore, heavy-hearted, heavy-laden, help, helpless, hermitic, hollow, homeless, hopeless, hostile, hurting, impotent, impoverished, in a blue funk, in despair, in the doldrums, in the dumps, incinerate, inconsolable, individual, ineffectual, infecund, infernal, infertile, inhospitable, inimical, injury, innocent, insecable, intense cold, inundate, isolated, issueless, jejune, joyless, keep, kithless, knock-off, lachrymose, lack, laid waste, languish, lay in ruins, lay low, lay waste to, leached, leave uncultivated, lifeless, light, liquidate, lone, lonely, lonely and sad, lonesome, loot, lorn, loss, lost, low, low-spirited, lugubrious, macerate, made uninhabitable, make mincemeat of, maraud, marginal, melancholic, melancholy, menopausal, mere, mine, miserable, moody, moping, mopish, mopy, morbid, morose, motherless, mournful, murky, neglected, neutralise, neutralize, nonfertile, nonproducing, nonproductive, nonprolific, not many, obliterate, obsolescence, obsoleteness, off feed, oppress, otiose, out of practice, out-of-the-way, outcast, overcome, overwhelm, pathetic, paucity, perfect, pillage, pinch, pine away, pitiable, pitiful, plain, plunder, pointless, poor, poverty-stricken, prostrate, pure, put out, quench, quit, raging, ransack, rap, ravage, ravage gut, ravaged, raving mad, raw, reclusive, reduce, rejected, relinquish, remote, render useless, renounce, resign, rifle, rip, rob, rot, rueful, ruin, ruined, ruinous, run off, run-down, sack, sad, sadden, sadly, sap, saturnine, scanty, scarcity, scorched, scourge, scrubby, secluded, separate, sepulchral, severe, severely simple, shabby, shipwreck, sick, sick at heart, simple, sine prole, single, sinking, skeletal, snuff out, sodding, sole, solemn, solitarily, solitary, solo, somber, sombre, sorrow, sorrowful, soul-sick, spare, spend, spend extravagantly, spend thoughtlessly, spiritless, spoil, spoliate, spontaneous, spooky, spring a mine, squander, stamp out, staring, stark, sterile, stern, stranded, stricken, strip, stripped, subvert, sucked dry, suicidal, sulking, sulky, sullen, sunless, superfluous, swallow up, tatty, tearful, teemless, tempestuous, tenantless, tenebrific, tenebrous, thoroughgoing, throw away, throw into disorder, throw overboard, torment, torture, tout seule, trackless, tragic, trample out, trample under foot, tread under foot, tristful, troubled, unaccompanied, unadulterated, unassisted, unattended, uncivilised, uncivilized, unconsolable, uncouth, uncreative, uncrowded, uncultivated, undomesticated, unembellished, unescorted, unfertile, unfinished, unfortunate, unfrequented, unfriended, unfriendly, unfruitful, unhappy, uninhabitable, uninhabited, uninventive, unknown, unleash destruction, unleash the hurricane, unoccupied, unornamented, unpeopled, unplowed, unpopulated, unproductive, unprolific, unsheathed, unsocial, unsown, untamed, untenanted, untilled, unvisited, upheave, utter, vacant, vacate, vacated, vandalize, vaporise, very few, violent, void, ware, waste, waste away, wasted, wasteland, wild, wilderness, windswept, wintry, wistful, withdrawn, wither, without issue, woebegone, woeful, wrack, wreak havoc, wretch, wretched, wretchedly.

Quotes for Desolate:

  1. Music I heard with you was more than music, and bread I broke with you was more than bread. Now that I am without you, all is desolate all that was once so beautiful is dead. Conrad Aiken.
  2. And I was desolate and sick of an old passion. Ernest Dowson.
  3. When our forefathers put down roots in desolate places, the thing that allowed them to survive was that they had a faith to see them through the tough times. Lee Greenwood.