Etymology
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unoccupied (adj.)

late 14c., "idle," from un- (1) "not" + past participle of occupy (v.). In reference to ground, etc., "not possessed, not made use of," from early 15c.

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Definitions of unoccupied

unoccupied (adj.)
not held or filled or in use;
an unoccupied telephone booth
unoccupied hours
unoccupied (adj.)
not seized and controlled;
unoccupied areas of France
unoccupied (adj.)
not leased to or occupied by a tenant;
an unoccupied apartment
Synonyms: untenanted
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