noun, plural ten·an·cies.
Origin of tenancy
Examples from the Web for tenancy
Contemporary Examples of tenancy
A California family is struggling to evict their now-fired live-in nanny—and tenancy laws are on her side.When Mrs. Doubtfire Won’t Leave
June 28, 2014
Historical Examples of tenancy
Tenancy at a fixed rental is preferred, as less complicated and troublesome.The Roof of France
It was the last day of his tenancy of the clergy-house, and there was much to do at Soho.The Christian
If there were only a few more rooms like this, I 'd dispute the tenancy with you.The Bramleighs Of Bishop's Folly
Charles James Lever
How long it had been in Davis's tenancy is not certain, but he died in 1791.The Book-Hunter in London
The ground lost in no wise endangered the German tenancy of their line.