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adjective as in occupied


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Which raises the possibility, since we don’t really know how things go from non-life to life, that Triton could be a habitable and inhabited world.

These are intended to keep clouds of vapor from drifting off site and potentially toward an inhabited area.

Originally, Kroeber used oikoumene to refer to the “entire inhabited world,” as he traced back human culture to one single people.

Amelia says some truly terrible things to Sam, supposedly inhabited by the Babadook but really consumed in grief.

It never functioned as a hotel again and today is inhabited by more than 400 people.

That partly explains why seats previously inhabited by shivering backsides are now selling for $750 a pair.

The phrase was an attempt to discredit Israel, which was founded on land long inhabited primarily by Muslims.

The artifacts came from undersea dives and excavations from the area, which has been inhabited for at least 3,000 years.

The country is well inhabited, for it contains fifty-one cities, near a hundred walled towns, and a great number of villages.

I found that I still felt the lure of foreign countries, and the less explored or inhabited, the better.

We don't call every tuppeny-hapenny villa inhabited by a nobleman a 'castle' as they do in Germany and Austria.

The large house contained an entrance hall leading into four rooms, each of which was inhabited by a white family.

These letters spelled the name of an island which had been inhabited by friendly Indians of the same name.

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On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to inhabited, such as: developed, owned, populated, populous, settled, and colonized.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.