Old Bagan, which is nearer to the ruins, is now devoid of inhabitants and only hosts a few sleepy old hotels.
The destruction of this divine refuge counts as inevitable, for all the heroism and supernatural abilities of its inhabitants.
They moved out, leaving few original inhabitants, and after a 1957 earthquake, the village was completely devoid of inhabitants.
That's a drop in the ocean: Iran's rat population easily outnumbers the sprawling capital's 12 million inhabitants.
The show has been accused of peddling the kind of tawdry sentiment that has driven the inhabitants of Detroit to distraction.
The Western inhabitants are not a silent and uncomplaining sacrifice.
The inhabitants of many of the better dwellings were absent.
For other reasons also the morale of the inhabitants improved.
It is much esteemed as an article of food by the inhabitants of the neighbourhood.
The Greek inhabitants gave no assistance to their Venetian masters.
early 15c., from Anglo-French inhabitant, from Latin inhabitantem (nominative inhabitans), present participle of inhabitare (see inhabit). Related: Inhabitants. As an adjective, also from early 15c.