occupier[ ok-yuh-pahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF occupier
Synonyms for occupier
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OCCUPIER
The State authority was to be the purchaser, and the occupier was to be the proprietor.
It was a house which typified the drearier tenets of its occupier with great exactness.
In Suffolk this term is applied to the eldest son of the occupier of the farm.
Its occupier was Paul Radcliffe, who had inherited it from his father.
It was only a deep black-bordered letter for 'The Occupier.'
This ground may be safe, but the conduct of its occupier is not daring.
It is easy to say, Let the occupier be the owner; but the question is, Who is to be the occupier?
Why, since the occupier does not return until the day after to-morrow?
But the crushing burden of the occupier's rates must be reduced, not increased.
But then the purchaser must wait, no matter whether or not he is the occupier.