To be present in; fill: Old childhood memories inhabit the attic. (verb-transitive)
Archaic To dwell.(verb-intransitive)
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Use "inhabit" in a sentence
"The future our kids will inhabit is a far cry from the world their parents grew up in."
"-- “My brothers and sisters”: remember, the main-line universe which the DC superheroes inhabit is personified by Kismet, a female-appearing figure who first appeared in The Adventures Of Superman #494 (September 1992)."
"But the land centrists inhabit is a treacherous place."