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Use "untenanted" in a sentence
"And that is what this one does: the last word--"untenanted"--may reinforce other religious clues--boxes carried off, ghosts, dread--or it may simply leave us where we started: in an empty house."
"Making the most of a defensive realignment forced on Arsenal by the departure of Johan Djourou two minutes into the second half, he advanced on to Samir Nasri's pass into acres of untenanted space on the left of the visitors' penalty area."
"Facing them are casts of the garments in orange wax: it's as if the untenanted garments had flung themselves at the opposite wall, or been suctioned out of their hiding places."