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synonyms for tenanting

  • commanding
  • controlling
  • covering
  • holding
  • maintaining
  • obtaining
  • owning
  • permeating
  • pervading
  • placed
  • possessing
  • posted
  • remaining
  • residing
  • resting
  • sitting
  • situated
  • staying
  • assigned to
  • living in
  • settled on
  • taking up

antonyms for tenanting

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  • gone
  • leaving
  • removing
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How to use tenanting in a sentence

She had acquired undisputed control over the Indian tribes still tenanting the forests unexplored by the European man.
ORATIONSJOHN QUINCY ADAMS
As a rule, the motive for the reappearance on earth of a spirit lately tenanting a mortal body, is found in some neglected duty.
BRITISH GOBLINSWIRT SIKES
In a multitude of instances those tenanting a single room are several families, not one.
THE SANITARY EVOLUTION OF LONDONHENRY LORENZO JEPHSON
When we want the soil which such aborigines are loosely tenanting, we must, we presume, displace them.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 65, NO. 403, MAY, 1849VARIOUS
Of the brethren, only those tenanting the cemetery are left.
THE LANCASHIRE WITCHESWILLIAM HARRISON AINSWORTH
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WORDS RELATED TO TENANTING

  • assigned to
  • commanding
  • controlling
  • covering
  • holding
  • living in
  • maintaining
  • obtaining
  • owning
  • permeating
  • pervading
  • placed
  • possessing
  • posted
  • remaining
  • residing
  • resting
  • settled on
  • sitting
  • situated
  • staying
  • taking up
  • tenanting
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.