Examples of unoccupied in a Sentence
About half of the seats were unoccupied when the concert started.
A third of the beds at the hospital were unoccupied.
Recent Examples of unoccupied from the Web
An inbound Norristown High Speed Line train crashed into an unoccupied train parked at the 69th Street Terminal in Upper Darby, which is about 30 minutes west of Philadelphia, around 12:10 a.m. The cause of the accident is still under investigation.
Some landed on the field, and referee Robert Hartmann led the players off as fires broke out amid unoccupied seats with riot police lined up alongside.
Relying on administrative records rather than a master address file would eliminate the problem of returning repeatedly to an unoccupied dwelling.
But for anyone who wants to take their Phantom out to do tricks, try to find an unoccupied field.
The suspect vehicle was found a short distance away on Montreat Street and Norris Avenue unoccupied, police said.
The search ended when the Miami Beach police found Cunanan's body on an unoccupied houseboat, according to the New York Times.
San Diego police have not identified the driver, who was traveling east on Soledad Road near Kate Sessions Park when his 2002 Honda Civic slammed into a 2017 Toyota four-door that was unoccupied.
Redding said video surveillance from the St. Elmo's Feed & Seed shows the accident where the Grand Prix splits in half and the front half strikes two other parked and unoccupied vehicles in the parking lot.
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First Known Use of unoccupied
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Definition of unoccupied for English Language Learners
: not being used, filled up, or lived in
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