tenancy

[ ten-uh n-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF tenancy

Synonyms for tenancy

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Tenancy at a fixed rental is preferred, as less complicated and troublesome.

It was the last day of his tenancy of the clergy-house, and there was much to do at Soho.

If there were only a few more rooms like this, I 'd dispute the tenancy with you.

How long it had been in Davis's tenancy is not certain, but he died in 1791.

The ground lost in no wise endangered the German tenancy of their line.

The Irishman's tenancy had not in any sense improved the cottage.

First of all, he describes the characteristics of tenancy in fee simple.

Both were one story in height, but one was for three months' tenancy only.

My tenancy of these chambers expires in three days, Simpson.

But if the dead could not hold their tenancy, the living succeeded.

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incumbency

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