The act of inhabiting, or the state of being inhabited; indwelling.(noun)
Abode; place of dwelling; residence.(noun)
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Use "inhabitation" in a sentence
"Certainly this mutual inhabitation is something more noble and great than we are well acquainted with or can declare."
"A series of studies over the last several years has determined the island to be safe again for long-term inhabitation and agriculture, and the Kualapu'u co-op is the first of several planned resettlements as part of Project Imua Moloka'i (Forward Moloka'i)."
"There is a mutual inhabitation which is wonderful."