(n) a person or animal that lives in a particular place.
1.The first inhabitant of the farm was my great-grandfather, who built the house.

2.Many of the immigrants have intermarried with the island's original inhabitants.
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it means when someone refuses to live somewhere and leaves themself they are inhabitational.
when a monkey leaves its habitat and is alone its mother may say to her friends he is inhabitational.
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The act of inhabiting a place. Mostly when referring to the future.
We have to do something about global warming. I don;t want my children to inhabitate the world in the state it is
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Eskimos inhabit the frigid part of Alaska
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Not able to live in.Not eligible.
My daughter's room is too dirty so it is inhabitable
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An individual who enjoys the privileges and rights as an American citizen, but does not want to be held to the same standards and laws as everyone else by claiming that the federal, state, and/or local government does not have jurisdiction over them.
Robert got pulled over by Seattle PD while still drinking a Rogue IPA last month. He just started spouting nonsense from the Articles of Confederation, that he was a 'free inhabitant', and that the officer had no jurisdiction over him. They still haven't released him from the mental institution.
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