Definition of "rehoused" [rehoused]

  • (verb) Present participle of rehouse.

Use "rehoused" in a sentence

  • "And then there are several among those who never made it to Lallubhai despite living among the same populations who were to be 'rehoused' - the process of rehabilitation and the political dynamics are in no way equal for all - some get the house, some decide to move out, some are deprived, and much more than what I can know and tell … And as for the sanitized living, the more seen, the better - the poor garbage lifting facilities, the overflowing drains between the buildings, the lack of water until water is fought for as an entitlement, and the teeming rats - yes certainly, sanity and sanitation have to be rethought as much as the idea and practice of the slum have to be reconsidered."
  • ""They will have to be rehoused in communities that may not have the homes for them or the jobs or the school places.""
  • "Now married to his second wife and rehoused in a splendid—but, he assures me, comparatively modest—contemporary villa, he has embarked on what he calls "my third life.""

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