tenement[ ten-uh-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF tenement
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TENEMENT
Just children and children and children and tenement houses.
That evening everyone in the tenement was discussing Coupeau's strange malady.
The stone stairs to the tenement house were thronged with women.
As she crossed the court to her room in the tenement house they heard her "Oh, oh, oh!"
I must hire some tenement to move into when I have to leave here.
There was time for me to try to earn my living; or at least the rent of our tenement.
Who would feel cramped in a tenement, with such royal privileges as these?
They form the tenement district, or, in the newer phrase, the slums of Boston.
But the majority of the mansions had been turned into Italian tenement houses.
And think of having to pay no rent, nor of having to live upstairs in a tenement!