View synonyms for occupier


/ ˈɒkjʊˌpaɪə /


  1. a person who is in possession or occupation of a house or land
  2. a person or thing that occupies

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Example Sentences

But what Ibish fails to tell you is that Resolutions 242 and 338 never branded Israel as an “unlawful occupier” or an “aggressor.”

A place where the impact of 45 years of daily, grinding, ugly occupation—on both occupied and occupier—is worth nary a word.

Never mind that legally, public property in occupied territory should serve the local public, not the occupier.

“They gave me this,” said occupier Shawn Carrie on Wednesday, swirling a big glass of whiskey.

Aiming his ramped-up energies at a young female occupier, his antics descended into play fighting.

The acts to prevent the landholder from oppressing the occupier, and those for the encouragement of tillage, failed.

He is occupier of a farm of considerable extent, but he does not venture to give us the results of his own experience.

It is of the same type and pattern for all their orders, but varying in size according to the gradation in rank of the occupier.

Rackrent; an excessive rent of a farm, so high as to allow to the occupier a bare and poor subsistence.

A few rooms only were furnished, but their appearance indicated the taste and pursuits of its occupier.





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