Inhabit [verb]

Definition of Inhabit:

take up residence in

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Sentence/Example of Inhabit:

Police work, she argues, exposes what a “complicated” moral universe we inhabit.

As someone who grew up 30 minutes outside the city, I never thought wild game would inhabit any part of the Five Boroughs.

Meeting the thirsty bring him water, you that inhabit the land of the south, meet with bread him that fleeth.

What New France is, the nature of the country, what tribes inhabit it, and their customs.

And they shall build houses, and inhabit them; and they shall plant vineyards, and eat the fruits of them.

They inhabit the small intestine, usually in great numbers, and commonly produce a severe and often fatal anemia.

And Asor shall be a habitation for dragons, desolate for ever: no man shall abide there, nor son of man inhabit it.

Many Europeans inhabit half-ruinous buildings, which, at a small expense, they convert into pretty palaces.

I do not pretend to affirm positively that none of the animals which inhabit the warm climates are not common to both.

As they seldom drink they never inhabit moist places, but cheerfully reside among arid sands and burning mountains.