Now the vista stretching before you wears a bleak and untenanted look.
From the knoll where he stood he could see every inch of that hollow and it was untenanted.
Finally, on the top corridor, which ran outside three untenanted bedrooms, he again was seized with a spasm of merriment.
The Heathcotes had gone to Rome for the winter, and the Villa was shut up and untenanted.
It had been untenanted for a good while and was in rather bad repair.
The trolley-car that met his train was rusty, paintless, forlorn, untenanted.
It can't be possible that we have come ashore on an untenanted island?
The old man led them to a building which had served as a stable, but which was then untenanted.
The toldos of bamboo and palm thatch are still standing, but untenanted—every one of them!
These had been made on the first days of the landing and are now untenanted.
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).