Synonyms of barrenest
Definition of barrenest
(of a place or building) bleak and lifeless.
Very poignant - especially with families and tiny children cycling up the barren street…
(of land) too poor to produce much or any vegetation.
The rest of Iceland is agricultural, rural, or wild - 80% of its barren land is unpopulated.
Example of barrenest
As it stands, this site is barren of all such annoyances.
Battles took place anywhere from a street in a city to a barren field.
By contrast the prehistoric stones have been seen as male symbols of fertility with the power to impregnate barren women.
Caley took advantage in terms of possession but their barren spell in front of goal before this one continued.
Catriona Boyle and Joanna Kerr give advice on a plague of wild garlic and barren fruit trees.
Even if they loved each other very much, a man would be forced to divorce a barren wife due to the pressure from his own family.
For several moments, the group could only gape at the fierce, stark beauty of the arid desert landscape, the awesome power and majesty of the barren land.
He wanted it to bust out the front of his face, eat his whole body, rend him limb from limb and toss the severed remains of his body to the four winds of that bleak and barren place.
I hope I dissolve in it, consumed by the richness of all that could have been in this barren land marked by the distant and deep scars of many a past harsh summer…
In Act Two the barren Lady Kix, lamenting her childless and unfruitful state, is overhead by Touchwood Senior.