habitation[ hab-i-tey-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF habitation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HABITATION
Nothing of the kind was ever seen before in the habitation of a Quaker farmer.
But, before setting out, they all helped Phoenix to build a habitation.
The church itself was frequently the habitation of the anchorite.
You may in that case depend upon their not changing their habitation.
Still the comforts, and even the luxuries of life distinguished our habitation.
She had thought that the young woman would try to adorn her habitation.
He reared it as a habitation for his queen, and he called it by her name.
Our shanty is the habitation of some half-dozen of us, year out and year in.
Necessarily, our first proceeding was to construct a habitation.
That is a name for our habitation, which has since grown up into usage.