Definition of "tenanted" [tenanted]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of tenant. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "tenanted" in a sentence
  • "All get the basic tenet benefit — tenants, disgusting tenants, even tenters, basic tenants, immigrant tenters, immigrant tenants — all can be tenanted under this tent."
  • "Scottish & Newcastle Pub Company is Heineken's existing tenanted pub business in the U.K. Scottish & Newcastle's larger brewing business was jointly acquired by Heineken and Denmark's Carslberg in a £7.8 billion deal in 2008, after which the two divided its assets."
  • "LONDON—Heineken NV Friday said it has acquired Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC's tenanted pub business for about £422 million in cash, as the Dutch brewing giant adds to its existing U.K. estate and RBS progresses its plans to shed non-core assets."
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