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Definition of "inhabitation" [in•hab•i•ta•tion]

  • The act of inhabiting, or the state of being inhabited; indwelling. (noun)
  • Abode; place of dwelling; residence. (noun)
  • Population; inhabitants. (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."