Not a bed or a bunk on the yacht was tenantable in the fearful rollings; no bed or bunk less than a covered box could have been.
He describes 1442 farms with tenantable buildings, abandoned only recently.
The obligation is generally imposed upon the tenant to keep the premises in “good condition” or “tenantable repair.”
early 14c., "person who holds lands by title or by lease," from Anglo-French tenaunt (late 13c.), Old French tenant (12c.), noun use of present participle of tenir "to hold," from Latin tenere "hold, keep" (see tenet).