A map, chart, plan 554.
(Verbs). To be situated, to lie, to have its seats in.
(Adjectives). Local, topical, situate.
(Adverbs). In situ, here and there, passim, whereabouts.
A colony, settlement, cantonment.
A habitation, residence, dwelling 189.
(Phrases). Genius loci; the spirit of the place.
(Verbs). To place, situate, locate, localise, put, lay, set, seat, station, lodge, post, instal, house, stow, establish, fix, root, plant, graft, stick in, tuck in, insert, wedge in, shelve, pitch, camp, posit, deposit, reposit, cradle, encamp, moor, pack, embed, vest, stock, populate, people, colonise, domicile.
To billet on, quarter upon.
To pocket, put up, bag, load.
To inhabit, reside 186, domesticate, put up at, colonise.
(Phrase). To pitch one's tent.
(Adjectives). Placed, located, etc., situate, situated, posited, nestled, embosomed, housed, moored, rooted, unremoved.
(Verbs). To displace, dislodge, unhouse, unkennel, break bulk, take off, eject, evict, chuck out, hoof out, expel, etc. 297, exile, relegate, oust, ostracise, remove, transfer, transpose, transplant, transport 270, empty, clear, clear out, sweep off, sweep away, do away with, get rid of, root out, disestablish, unpeople, depopulate.
(Phrase). To make a clean sweep of.
(Adjectives). Displaced, etc., unhoused, houseless.
3°. Existence in Space
Diffusion, permeation, pervasion, dissemination 73.
Ubiquity, ubiety, ubiquitousness, omnipresence.
(Verbs). To exist in space, to be present, attend, remain.
To occur in a place, lie, stand, occupy, colonise.
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