- a place of residence; dwelling; abode.
- the act of inhabiting; occupancy by inhabitants.
- a colony or settlement; community: Each of the scattered habitations consisted of a small number of huts.
- Even northern Canada, where no snakes live now, has snake fossils from a warmer era—a trend that may repeat itself, as global temperatures rise, reopening vast tracts of land to snake habitation.
- These include habitation and life support systems, solar power, and shielding from radiation and micrometeorite impacts.
- Apparently campaign staffers and volunteers had been living in the building considered unsafe for human habitation.
- And one strong gust of wind could blow the whole edifice of human habitation away.
- The recent Cancerian theme of creativity bleeds into the domestic sector, opening the door on imaginative modes of habitation.
- Commenons, comme l'on dict, de chez nous, de la maison et habitation; puis nous sortirons dehors.
- Et au partir de l tira ledit Sieur au Port Royal lieu de son habitation.
- It would not have been an unsightly spot if the marks of the habitation of poor and careless folk had been wiped away.
- And Asor shall be a habitation for dragons, desolate for ever: no man shall abide there, nor son of man inhabit it.
- I have, therefore, thought it expedient to enliven with paintings the whole habitation of the saint.