occupant

[ ok-yuh-puh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF occupant

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OCCUPANT

The pole and the canopy of the hammock tangled inextricably its occupant.

Was the occupant a rat or a skunk, and if so, what was he going to do?

Neither of the two had been there since its present occupant had had possession of it.

The coffee-room had no other occupant, that forenoon, than the gentleman in brown.

He had, perhaps, a trifle less respect for the room and its occupant.

The occupant was picked up in a hysterical condition and taken below.

The occupant of the cottage was sitting in an arm-chair by the fire.

Bailey, his eyes fixed upon the occupant of the cricket, said nothing.

He recognized the occupant of that buggy long before he himself was recognized.

Instead, she strode toward the rickety chair and its occupant.

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