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  • as ininhabitant
  • as inoccupant
  • as intenant
  • as inpossessor

synonyms for occupier

  • citizen
  • colonist
  • dweller
  • inmate
  • occupant
  • settler
  • aborigine
  • addressee
  • autochthon
  • boarder
  • denizen
  • householder
  • incumbent
  • indweller
  • lessee
  • lodger
  • native
  • neighbor
  • renter
  • roomer
  • squatter
  • suburbanite
  • tenant
  • resider
  • urbanite
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antonyms for occupier

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  • alien
  • foreigner
  • immigrant
  • landlord
  • displaced person
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How to use occupier in a sentence

The acts to prevent the landholder from oppressing the occupier, and those for the encouragement of tillage, failed.
LANDHOLDING IN ENGLANDJOSEPH FISHER
He is occupier of a farm of considerable extent, but he does not venture to give us the results of his own experience.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 67, NO. 411, JANUARY 1850VARIOUS
It is of the same type and pattern for all their orders, but varying in size according to the gradation in rank of the occupier.
THE ENGLISH VILLAGE COMMUNITYFREDERIC SEEBOHM
Rackrent; an excessive rent of a farm, so high as to allow to the occupier a bare and poor subsistence.
ENGLISH AS WE SPEAK IT IN IRELANDP. W. JOYCE
A few rooms only were furnished, but their appearance indicated the taste and pursuits of its occupier.
HENRIETTA TEMPLEBENJAMIN DISRAELI
If any return is to be made by the occupier to the owner it will take the form of a money rent; it can hardly take another form.
DOMESDAY BOOK AND BEYONDFREDERIC WILLIAM MAITLAND
By the 3rd and 4th Victoria a licence can only be granted to the real occupier of the house; and the rated value to be 15l.
NINETEEN CENTURIES OF DRINK IN ENGLANDRICHARD VALPY FRENCH
Each occupier takes his turn at the running stream for so many hours in the day or night at a time notified to him beforehand.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 17, SLICE 3VARIOUS
No one thinks of inhabiting a new house, or one whose last occupier p. 292was a heretic, without this ceremony being performed.
THE THISTLE AND THE CEDAR OF LEBANONHABEEB RISK ALLAH
She still remained its occupier in conjunction with Mrs. Prime, but she passed more than half her time at the brewery.
RACHEL RAYANTHONY TROLLOPE
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WORDS RELATED TO OCCUPIER

  • aborigine
  • addressee
  • autochthon
  • boarder
  • citizen
  • colonist
  • denizen
  • dweller
  • householder
  • incumbent
  • indweller
  • inmate
  • lessee
  • lodger
  • native
  • neighbor
  • occupant
  • occupier
  • renter
  • resider
  • roomer
  • settler
  • squatter
  • suburbanite
  • tenant
  • urbanite
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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