[ in-hab-i-ter ]
/ ɪnˈhæb ɪ tər /
Why Do “Flammable” And “Inflammable” Mean The Same Thing?English is a trickster of a language, evidenced by the fact that two words that appear to be antonyms can actually mean the exact same thing. For the most part we manage to bumble along without confusing the two, and can figure out which meaning is intended based on context (although in the case of regardless and irregardless some extra time is needed for teeth-gnashing). …
Take A Ride Around The World On These Unusual TransportsOne way to get to know a country is through its food. Another way is by using the country’s public transportation. Some unique modes of transportation are just for fun, like dog-sledding trips in Norway and zorbing in New Zealand (which involves rolling down a hill inside a giant inflatable ball, just saying). Other means of transportation are more practical . . . here’s a …
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Examples from the Web for inhabiter
Neither is imaginative insight—that which, in ultimate deduction, is inspiration—an inhabiter of palaces.