depauperate definition

  • adjective:
    • Arrested in development or development; stunted.
    • Severely reduced; impoverished: "But there have been no pleasures in Australia. Just How could my buddy admire therefore paleontologically depauperate a location?” ( Jake Webpage).
    • Having stunted development.
    • Impoverished.
    • Having a small biodiversity.
    • dropping short of the natural dimensions, from becoming impoverished or starved.
    • Arrested in growth or development; stunted.
    • seriously diminished; impoverished: "But there have been no pleasures in Australia. Exactly How could my pal admire so paleontologically depauperate someplace?” ( Jake Webpage).
    • Having stunted development.
    • Impoverished.
    • Having a small biodiversity.
    • dropping lacking the natural dimensions, from being impoverished or starved.
  • verb:
    • To impoverish.
    • To stunt the development of.
    • In order to make bad; to impoverish.
    • To impoverish.
    • To stunt the growth of.
    • to help make bad; to impoverish.
  • others:
    • to produce poor; impoverish; deprive of fertility or richness: as, to depauperate the soil.
    • Impoverished; made poor.
    • In order to make bad; impoverish; deprive of fertility or richness: as, to depauperate the earth.
    • Impoverished; made poor.

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