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adjective as in rented

verb as in farm out

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verb as in lease

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verb as in let

verb as in rent

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Sure, New York is full of random events, but Walter seems entirely unmotivated to discover the identity of the person who not only has access to his apartment, but also has set it up as a sublet to two strangers.

For example, companies are stuck with millions of square feet of now unused office space—sublet space soared by 40% from late 2019 to this year, CoStar found.

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At the moment, there is around 101 million square feet of office space available to rent in Manhattan, and 24 million square feet of that is available to sublet—a 51% increase from office space available for sublet during the Great Recession.

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Apparently they had a difficult time keeping tenants to sublet the back bedroom of the apartment, according to neighbor testimony.

My personal life was not so glossy—I made hardly any money, ate Snickers bars for dinner, and lived in a tiny sublet.

We had both just graduated from college, and soon afterward he sublet a room in my apartment for eight months.

As the lessee may assign or sublet unless forbidden, so may the lessor part with his interest in the leased premises.

With the consent of the landlord, Molineux, Cayron sublet two apartments over his shop to his neighbor.

It is let out altogether; the principal tenants divide it into small lots, and sublet these to the peasants.

The job of wiping out these troublesome whites had been sublet, and they wasted no further anxiety over the affair.

It is dangerous in the hands of a person not used to handling it and the work should be sublet.


On this page you'll find 111 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sublet, such as: chartered, contracted, hired, lent, let, and occupied.

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