noun, plural oc·cu·pan·cies.
- occult hydrocephalus,
- occulting light,
- occupation franchise,
- occupation groupings,
- occupation layer
Origin of occupancy
Examples from the Web for occupancy
Since then, it has rarely broken an occupancy rate of 10 percent amidst protracted political chaos.Winston Churchill’s Egyptian Getaway: The Old Cataract Hotel|Lauren Bohn|December 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In 2009, according to the CDC, there were 944,277 hospital beds in the U.S., but the occupancy rate was only 67.8 percent.
“They like to say the Waldorf has a 92 percent occupancy rate,” says Andrew.
Within a year of the Games, occupancy levels had fallen from 80 percent to just 50 percent.Do the Olympics Boost the Economy? Studies Show the Impact Is Likely Negative|Mark Perryman|July 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
With occupancy rates of 95 percent, Billingsly has been able to raise new rents by 15 percent this year.
At the period when he flourished as an accredited historian, the occupancy of Ireland had passed into new hands.The Round Towers of Ireland|Henry O'Brien
The right of occupancy exists as to things derelict or abandoned by their owners.
There was no sign of occupancy and I felt depressed because it was all over.
Frank remembered it as a drear-looking, lonesome place during the occupancy of the former incumbent.Katrine|Elinor Macartney Lane
Another winter was now advancing, and the house in the city was ready for occupancy.Rich Enough|Hannah Farnham Sawyer Lee