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adjective as in inhabited

adjective as in rented

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At Painted Stave Distilling, order a to-go cocktail, such as a buttered pecan Old-Fashioned or a spiced pear Collins, or reserve a seat in the garden at the Old Smyrna Theater, a previous tenant.

A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ban through the end of this year allows tenants in many cases to file paperwork to halt the process.

The problem was, it wasn’t affordable anymore because requiring landlords to keep up the housing, they’re going to pass those costs along to the tenant.

So when there’s no legislation and all these individual relationship playing out, tenants are seeing disparities — one tenant is getting a 50 percent rent reduction, and one tenant is being told they can’t reduce the rent at all.

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There was no internet, and when his mother called Comcast to ask about the free Wi-Fi it was offering to the families of Baltimore schoolchildren, she was told that a previous tenant had applied, so she couldn’t do so herself.

He soon became satisfied it was tenanted only by a man and woman; if there were children they were asleep.

All of them, except one, are let, and it would speedily be tenanted if more conveniently located.

His wife was taken to the prison of the Abbaye, and given the cell which was to be tenanted, six weeks later, by Charlotte Corday.

But when the hunter reached the scene of the ruthless massacre, the ledge was tenanted only by the dead.

There are very few tracts of treeless land in India which are not tenanted by finch-larks.


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On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tenanted, such as: developed, owned, populated, populous, settled, and colonized.

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