The act of inhabiting or the state of being inhabited.(noun)
A natural environment or locality.(noun)
A place of abode; a residence.(noun)
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Use "habitation" in a sentence
"Community outbreaks have been reported in sports teams, child care attendees, prison inmates, and diverse populations where habitation is relatively concentrated."
"Until the problem of habitation is not solved, the"
"You are citizens of a greater country both in the home and in the Lord's church, if you have been added by Him, and you can make your calling and election "sure" by working the work of the one who sent you, and by ruling home and directing it so that its citizens are orderly and respectful and the habitation is pleasant."