It was the room directly above Peggy; and was tenanted, as we have seen, by Lobelia Parkins.
It was often surmised that this ample region must be tenanted by some other planet.
The mattress of the father was tenanted by something that wriggled like a snake.
They are barren, till the imagination has tenanted them with possibilities of danger and dismay.
I found a hut, which was tenanted by some men, two donkeys, and a number of fowls.
The library was tenanted by Cousin Percy, who was taking a nap on the lounge.
By supper time it was known from one length of Main Street to the other that the Craig place was tenanted again.
There was a mean suburb in front of our position, tenanted solely by Egyptians.
Gilian realised that his imagination, and his imagination only, had tenanted the pew.
It was tenanted and enjoyed by countless numbers of living creatures.
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).