To inhabit, dwell, reside, live, abide, lodge, nestle, perch, roost, put up at, hang out at, stay at, squat, hive, burrow, camp, encamp, bivouac, anchor, settle, take up one's quarters, pitch one's tent, get a footing, frequent, haunt, tenant, take root, strike root, revisit.

    To fill, pervade, permeate, be diffused through, be disseminated through, overspread, run through.

    (Adjectives). Present, occupying, inhabiting, etc., moored, at anchor, resiant, resident, residentiary, domiciled.

    Ubiquitous, omnipresent.

    (Adverbs). Here, there, where? everywhere, aboard, on board, at home, afield, etc., on the spot.

    (Phrases). Here, there, and everywhere; at every turn.

  • Nullibiety.1
  • Absence (Substantives), non-existence 2, non-residence, non-attendance, alibi, absenteeism.

    Emptiness, void, vacuum, voidness, vacuity, vacancy, vacuousness.

    An absentee, nobody, nobody on earth.

    (Verbs). To be absent, not present, etc., vacate, to keep away, to keep out of the way.

    (Phrases). Make oneself scarce; absent oneself; take oneself off; stay away; be conspicuous by one's absence.

    (Adjectives). Absent, not present, away, gone, from home, missing, non-resident.

    (Phrases). Nowhere to be found; non est inventus; not a soul; nobody present; the bird being flown.

    Empty, void, vacant, blank, untenanted, tenantless, empty, uninhabited, deserted, devoid, unoccupied.

    (Adverbs). Without, minus, nowhere, elsewhere, sans.

    (Phrases). One's back being turned; behind one's back.

  • Inhabitant (Substantives), resident, residentiary, dweller, indweller, occupier, occupant, lodger, boarder, paying guest, inmate, tenant, sojourner, settler, squatter, backwoodsman, colonist, denizen, citizen, cit, cockney, townsman, burgess, countryman, villager, cottar, compatriot, garrison, crew, population.
  • Native, indigene, aborigines, autochthones, son of the soil.

    A colony, settlement, house-hold.

    Newcomer 57.

    (Adjectives). Indigenous, native, autochthonous, domestic, domiciliated, domesticated, domiciliary.

  • Place of habitation.
  • Abode (Substantives), dwelling, lodging, domicile, residence, address, habitation, berth, seat, lap, sojourn, housing, quarters, accommodation, headquarters, resiance, throne, ark, tabernacle.

    Nest, nidus, lair, haunt, eyrie (or aerie), den, hole, rookery, hive, habitat, haunt, resort, retreat, nidification, perch, roost.

    Bivouac, camp, encampment, cantonment, castrametation, tent, marquee, wigwam, teepee, awning.

    Cave, cavern, cell, grove, grot, grotto, alcove, bower, arbour, cove, chamber, etc. 191.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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