inhabit inhabit  /ɪn ˈhæ bət/

Definition(s):

  1. (v) inhabit or live in; be an inhabitant of
  2. (v) be present in
  3. (v) exist or be situated within

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Usage(s):

  1. There are by now plenty of models and actresses who have decried the rigidity of the ideal that they are paid to inhabit.
  2. There are by now plenty of models and actresses who have decried the rigidity of the ideal that they are paid to inhabit.
  3. My friends tell me that Colbert's mimicry of the narcissistic, preening, puffed-up personalities who inhabit TV news these days is spot on.

News

  1. The Constitution that binds us

    By Diana West At what point does it become clear that we no longer inhabit America? When we “Press 2,” not “1,” for English? When a Social Security ...
    on June 22, 2013     Source: The Mckeesport Daily News

  2. Storefront makeover OK’d for clothier

    A new women’s clothing store will inhabit the former furniture store building at 420 E. Main St., according to city documents, and the city will help fund the building’s facade renovations to the tune of $30,000. The clothier Four Seasons, specializing in women’s clothes and “speciality items,” could open as soon as October in the former Radke Furniture building that was most recently a hotel ...
    on June 21, 2013     Source: The Galesburg Register-Mail

  3. James Gandolfini’s upcoming film projects included an indie romantic comedy and a crime thriller

    Few actors can inhabit a character like James Gandolfini. No matter the size of his role, Gandolfini could elevate a
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Entertainment Weekly

Quotes

  1. "I came to discover that Chicago is that most American of American cities, but one where citizens from more than 130 nations inhabit a rich tapestry of distinctive neighborhoods," Obama said.
    on Oct 2, 2009 By: Barack Obama Source: CNN International

  2. "No one could inhabit those acrobatic melodies and words like him. He lived the songs, his opera was a great mash of joy and sadness; surreal and earthy at the same time," Bono said in a statement. "Even when the voice was dimmed in power,...
    on Sep 6, 2007 By: Bono Source: Forbes

  3. Gimmicky old 3-D films "made the brain and eyeballs do calisthenics. Frankly, it made you feel kind of queasy and ill," Fraser said. "This allows you to live in the environment that the actors inhabit."
    on Apr 21, 2008 By: Brendan Fraser Source: Urbana Daily Citizen

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