Definition of inhabit:
know, hold out, be, dwell, arrive, rest, exist, domiciliate, hold up, shack, receive, watch, consist, live, abide, expect, tolerate, await, lie, populate, endure, domicile, be reared on something, remain, bide, encounter, board, survive, tarry, go, live on, last, see, place, anticipate, settle down, reside, have, stop, sojourn, undergo, bear, subsist, experience, harp, brood, confront, taste, settle, come from, wait, continue, people, lie in.
If ever demons inhabit human forms, they dwell in those wretches who compose her crew; and let us thank the saints that we have a good ship and plenty of guns to defend ourselves, or we should not see another day.- "The Prime Minister", W.H.G. Kingston.
- "Kenelm Chillingly, Complete", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.
She had also become aware that nobody had been able to inhabit Heath Hover for a long time past until her uncle had come; that is to say, do more than give it a very brief trial, perhaps one of fewer weeks than he had given it months.- "The Heath Hover Mystery", Bertram Mitford.