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Definitions for inhabited
ɪnˈhæb ɪ tɪdin·hab·it·ed
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having inhabitants; lived in
"the inhabited regions of the earth"
having inhabitants; lived in
Inhabit means to live in, reside in, occupy or populate some place – a so-called habitat.
Inhabited is an American contemporary Christian/rock band from Spring, Texas formed in 2003. By both their sound of music and their Christian lyrics, critics have often compared their sound to bands such as Superchic[k], Rebecca St. James, and others.
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The numerical value of inhabited in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of inhabited in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
Examples of inhabited in a Sentence
Outside the world inhabited by the professional and managerial classes in a handful of major metropolitan areas.
As it is the remotest inhabited island in the world, the Tristanians are already very self sufficient, being able to produce many of their own foodstuffs (like fish, livestock and potatoes).
Alexis Charles Henri Clrel de Tocqueville:
Whoever has inhabited the United States must have perceived that in those parts of the Union in which the Negroes are no longer slaves the have in no wise drawn nearer to the whites. On the contrary, the prejudice of race appears to be stronger in the states that have abolished slavery than those where it still exists and nowhere is it intolerant as in those states where servitude has never been known.
The city will also push forward the planning and construction of a maritime medical rescue center. Submarine optical cables will be laid and put into use this year, and Wi-Fi will cover all inhabited islands and reefs.
This is a really challenging situation in the sense that I can not personally recall that we've had a crane collapse that involved an already inhabited building.
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