[ hab-i-tn-see ]
/ ˈhæb ɪ tn si /
noun, plural hab·i·tan·cies.
the act or fact of inhabiting; inhabitancy.
the total number of inhabitants; population.
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Example sentences from the Web for habitancy
It was full of light, and had the look of habitancy about it; but I saw no folk.Lore of Proserpine|Maurice Hewlett
He provided for the cure of the wounded, the habitancy of the houseless, the provision of the destitute.