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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.""