"It looks quite desolate, my sweet," he commented after the first time.
Nature never looks desolate when man has not yet laid his hand upon her breast; she is only lonely.
The school itself, however, looked desolate, with an elegiac air about it.
He looked too desolate sitting there alone, and Iris went out with a book to join him.
I walked passed the place about a year ago and it looked pretty desolate then.
But when man has been, and has passed away, then she looks desolate.
Before leaving we went in a body over the house, which looked desolate indeed.
The front hall was reasonably intact, if several of the rooms beyond looked desolate still.
Still, the street, the other day, looked lonely and desolate.
He approached the old seat; it looked cold and desolate.