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inhabit definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to call home or have a home in.
    • becoming present in; fill: Old childhood thoughts inhabit the loft.
    • To live or dwell in; to entertain, as a spot of satisfied residence
  • verb-intransitive:
    • Archaic To dwell.
    • to possess residence in a location; to dwell; to call home; to abide.
  • verb:
    • to reside or live in some place
    • To be within or fill some destination
    • exist or be situated within
    • show up in
    • inhabit or reside in; be an inhabitant of
  • others:
    • to call home or dwell in; inhabit because a habitation or dwelling-place; have an abode or residence in.
    • to create in the home; thus, figuratively, to be bound by the link of residence.
    • To dwell; stay; abide.
    • To sleep or perhaps held fixedly.
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