OTHER WORDS FROM inhabitancynon·in·hab·it·ance, nounnon·in·hab·it·an·cy, noun, plural non·in·hab·it·an·cies.
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As loyalty is more important than age or citizenship or inhabitancy, it has been put under the solemn safeguard of an oath.
According to these words, the three qualifications are age, citizenship, and inhabitancy of the State he assumes to represent.
Show me a citizen actually in a State, then the intent to remain fixes his inhabitancy.Charles Sumner; his complete works, volume 18 (of 20)|Charles Sumner
But other tokens of inhabitancy—or even of existence—in their path, the travellers found none.Tales from Blackwood|Various
Nature is emptied of her contents to become the pure inhabitancy of one human soul.Heart of Man|George Edward Woodberry