un·​crowd·​ed | \ ˌən-ˈkrau̇-dəd \

Definition of uncrowded

: having or allowing sufficient room : not filled or overfilled with people or things : not crowded an uncrowded beach an uncrowded view The famous subways were quiet … and relatively uncrowded.— John Hersey

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Atmosphere A purposefully restrained and uncrowded brasserie with red-leather banquettes that look more like sofas. New York Times, "It’s Not Fake French, It’s Frenchette," 10 July 2018 Airports say clean, uncrowded facilities that are easy to find are actually a huge factor in how well-liked an airport is, and even in whether travelers will purchase food or shop at airport stores. Scott Mccartney, WSJ, "Airports Try Stall Tactic: Better Bathrooms," 2 Jan. 2019 Andaman and Nicobar Islands Why: Ancient mangroves, uncrowded white-sand beaches, crystal-clear water—the Andaman and Nicobar Islands are the stuff of vacation dreams. Christina Pérez, Vogue, "Here’s Where to Travel in 2019," 26 Dec. 2018 Enter a sleepy or uncrowded market, develop a product with millennial-friendly branding, and then raise millions of dollars in funding from venture capital firms. Chavie Lieber, Vox, "When the “best” busts: the spectacular rise and fall of smart luggage startup Raden," 12 Dec. 2018 The museum is generally quiet and uncrowded, and houses an outpost of the much beloved downtown Jewish deli, Russ & Daughters. John Wogan, Condé Nast Traveler, "25 Best Museums in New York City," 27 Feb. 2018 Take a leisurely bike ride on the uncrowded path that circles the bay, rent a kayak or bliss out in a paddleboard yoga class. Dorothy O'donnell, latimes.com, "On a weekend escape to Pacific Beach, you can party on the boardwalk and chill on the bay," 5 July 2018 The quiet, uncrowded room with sparkling, swirly light fixtures, mauve-gray carpeting and panoramic views of the sea had a luxurious cooling affect. Si Liberman, San Antonio Express-News, "Living it up on MSC Seaside’s ship within a ship," 5 June 2018 Working in batches if needed, arrange the crab cakes in the hot oil in a single, uncrowded layer and fry until crispy and browned on one side, about 3 minutes. Amy Dewall Dadmun, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Famous dinner party gaffes and a colorful Earth Day menu," 21 Apr. 2018

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1700, in the meaning defined above

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English Language Learners Definition of uncrowded

: not containing a lot of people : not crowded

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