Antonyms for inhabitation

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No instrument has yet been constructed that will reveal the slightest vestige of inhabitation.

And is the spirit of the inhabitation there worthy of the place inhabited?

Other signs of inhabitation can be traced elsewhere in this district, as yet unexplored.

To the same origin he refers , ; and also the , the harvest feast of Thessaly, taken as the feast of inhabitation or settlement.

They left the room with the lights against the wall, and the firelight giving it a faux air of warmth and inhabitation.

A curtained window, the flutter of a white hand, were to us the only signs of inhabitation.

The geological changes through which the earth has passed indicate "a process of preparation" for the inhabitation of man.

The legends of the discovery and inhabitation of Ireland before the Flood, are too purely mythical to demand serious notice.

Traces of Romano-British inhabitation have been noted elsewhere in Manchester, especially near the cathedral.

The Historie of Irelande from the first inhabitation thereof, vnto the yeare 1509.

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