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adjective as in leased

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He rented out a place and only a few people came and he ended up losing all the money.

When somebody broke into her rented Moscow apartment in September, she decided it was time for her to get out of there.

We rented a house in New Castle, Delaware, that doubled as our filming location and lodging for the actors.

This past winter, my partner and I rented a small house in rural Vermont with a gorgeous clawfoot tub.

Ultimately, though, “his dad rented it to us for $500… I need to send him a package of swag.”

He had the land in Tripp County that was broken into winter wheat, while that in the next county east was rented.

The plantation is divided up into small farms and rented to different workmen.

They rented a house, for the place didn't afford a parsonage, and began the long dreary year that was to follow.

Otherwise, I got the cottage as good as rented right now to another party.

He just came and rented those three rooms, and there his man brought him his tea at ten o'clock every morning for thirty years.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rented, such as: chartered, contracted, hired, lent, let, and occupied.

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