deserted places

de·sert·ed plac·es

eremophobia.
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"I do not want money," returned the braided man, "for I could not spend it in this deserted place if I had it.
Playmore ordered him to open the doors and shutters, and let the light in on the dark, deserted place. Fires were burning in the library and the picture-gallery, to preserve the treasures which they contained from the damp.
Nothing was to be heard in that deserted place, but, at intervals, the distant barkings of dogs.
Through their paintings, the artists portray deserted places and illustrate the light and shadows of life.
During preliminary investigation, they revealed that they used to chase the people who came out of banks after withdrawing cash and then loot them at deserted places on gun point.
I love discarded old things, deserted places and damp basements ...
The teens would break into small groups of three or four to each get more money, and followed drunken businessmen before attacking them in deserted places, they said.
In popular legend, demonic being believed to inhabit burial grounds and other deserted places. In ancient Arabic folklore, ghuls belonged to a diabolic class of jinn (spirits) and were said to be the offspring of Iblis, the Muslim prince of darkness.
The official said that during the period, bodies of many unidentified persons were recovered from deserted places of the Capital.