Examples of ghost town in a Sentence
After all the gold was mined, the place became a ghost town.
Recent Examples of ghost town from the Web
Weeks of teases, courtesy of a comet just barely visible in the in-game sky, recently culminated in an impact that changed Fortnite’s one-time ghost town of Dusty Depot into Dusty Divot—now a hotbed of unique items and player activity.
Space Center Houston, typically teaming with visitors speaking countless different languages, was a ghost town when the group of 36 high school students from Great Britain and France recently strolled up to its front doors.
The grave of Mattie Blaylock, the common-law wife of Wyatt Earp who died from an overdose of laudanum and alcohol, is in the cemetery of Pinal City, a ghost town west of Superior.
In 2003, Oscar Munoz found a mummy in the Atacama Desert ghost town of La Noria.
Unga is home to two ghost towns, the remains of one of Alaska’s largest gold mines, the Apollo, several other small gold and silver mines, a petrified forest, and wild cattle.
Barbuda became a ghost town, dominated by the $250 million in damage that Irma’s 185-mile per hour winds left behind.
But the feature remains a ghost town on the main Facebook app.
Once a ghost town after dark, Lower Manhattan has also become an unlikely food destination.
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GHOST TOWN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ghost town for English Language Learners
: a town that no longer has any people living in it : an abandoned town
GHOST TOWN Defined for Kids
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