De*pop`u*la"tion (?), n. [L. depopulatio pillaging: cf. F. d'epopulation depopulation.]

The act of depopulating, or condition of being depopulated; destruction or explusion of inhabitants.

The desolation and depopulation [of St.Quentin] were now complete. Motley.

 

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