un·​crowd·​ed | \ ˌən-ˈkrau̇-dəd How to pronounce uncrowded (audio) \

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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Recent Examples on the Web Given the early hour, the train was uncrowded, with only about 30 passengers in all aboard, police said. Colleen Barry, USA TODAY, "High-speed train derails in Italy killing 2 railway workers, injuring 27," 6 Feb. 2020 Milwaukee has ties to that world too, as a Smithfield subsidiary, Patrick Cudahy LLC, of Cudahy, has long sold meats in the area. Wisconsin pig tale At Morning Star Family Farm, the pigs live in uncrowded conditions. Jennifer Rude Klett, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Pasture-raised, heritage pigs make Easter ham special for some Wisconsin diners," 3 Apr. 2020 The game itself – sometimes cold, always hectic, more celebration than hardball – can be a bit of a pain to a spoiled media heathen accustomed to easy access and an uncrowded press box. Paul Daugherty, Cincinnati.com, "Doc's Morning Line: Every game Cincinnati Reds don't play is an opportunity lost," 26 Mar. 2020 To keep the Blue Moon uncrowded, Curtis launched online ticketing for the first time. Jake Coyle, BostonGlobe.com, "The drive-in, relic of yesterday, finds itself suited to now," 20 Mar. 2020 To keep the Blue Moon uncrowded, Curtis launched online ticketing for the first time. USA TODAY, "Coronavirus shut down movie theaters, people flock to drive-ins instead," 20 Mar. 2020 Subway trains, usually jam-packed at rush hour, were unusually uncrowded Wednesday. Anchorage Daily News, "As big events are canceled and cases continue to spread, Americans come to grips with impacts of coronavirus," 12 Mar. 2020 And so the sidewalks were uncrowded and the cafes ignored. Ryan Kost, SFChronicle.com, "‘You can hear birds’: Bay Area grows quiet as the coronavirus spreads," 12 Mar. 2020 Anguilla While hoards of coeds often flock the the Caribbean during spring break, Anguilla manages to stay consistently uncrowded and laid-back. Caitlin Morton, Condé Nast Traveler, "9 Spring Break Destinations for Grown-Ups," 21 Feb. 2020

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First Known Use of uncrowded

1700, in the meaning defined above

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“Uncrowded.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/uncrowded. Accessed 24 May. 2020.

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: not containing a lot of people : not crowded

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