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Tenancy   /tˈɛnənsi/   Listen
Tenancy

noun
(pl. tenacies)
1.
An act of being a tenant or occupant.  Synonym: occupancy.






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"Tenancy" Quotes from Famous Books



... appeared with her calm, pale face and an inquisitive look, in the doorway. Of late it was the landlady's daughter who answered my bell. I mention this little fact with pride, because it proves that during the thirty or forty days of my tenancy I had produced a favourable impression. For a fortnight past I had been spared the unattractive sight of the domestic slave. The girls in that Bessborough Gardens house were often changed, but whether short or long, fair or dark, they ...
— A Personal Record • Joseph Conrad



Words linked to "Tenancy" :   tenant, inhabitation, residence, inhabitancy, abidance, residency, habitation, occupancy



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