Indeed, the cupholders of every occupant in the row in front of me actually had chocolate milk in them.
He loves giving tours of the White House, the Oval Office, and the Residence—none more so, I imagine, than to its future occupant.
Others point fingers directly at the occupant of the Oval Office.
He is a popular former governor and current occupant of the Senate seat that Gillespie seeks to win.
Cain said he would soon endorse a candidate for president and it "will not be the current occupant of the White House."
The stranger quickly recognizes the rights of the first occupant and, without insisting, goes to seek an abode elsewhere.
A groan and a feverish toss from the occupant of the narrow bed interrupted her.
As the equipage passed the Baker homestead, the whole family was clustered about the gate, staring at the occupant of the wagon.
Whether the occupant of the gig had yet perceived the raft was not certain.
The occupant's features were pinched with sadness and starvation.
1590s, "one who takes possession of something having no owner," from Middle French occupant (15c.) or directly from Latin occupantem (nominative occupans), present participle of occupare "to take possession of" (see occupy). Earlier noun form was ocupier (early 14c.).