- v. Simple past tense and past participle of rent.
“Martin rented a typewriter and spent a day mastering the machine.”
“In 1992, Joyce was one of the Arkansas Travelers, a merry band of activists who drove around the country in rented vans to support Bill Clinton's presidential campaign.”
“It remained in the abbey's hands until the suppression of the monasteries in 1539 when it was rented from the Crown by Sir Anthony Kingston who was to provide forty deer, annually, for King Henry VIII, who used the House as a hunting lodge.”
“Increasingly they are turning to weekend classes in rented public schools or storefronts taken over by bare-bones Chinese language programs.”
“Our office is rented from the company which owns the airport.”
“He spent the night in the little country hotel, and on Sunday morning, astride a saddle-horse rented from the Glen Ellen butcher, rode out of the village.”
“The archetypal gay wedding portrait -- a pair of middle-aged women or paunchy men looking uncomfortable in rented outfits worn at the wrong time of day -- is destined to be hung in the same gallery of dated images of social progress alongside snapshots of flappers defiantly puffing cigarettes and Kodachromes of African Americans wearing dashikis.”
“A home, when owned as opposed to rented, is in part a savings vehicle.”
“While the two stars enjoy the perks of shacking up, the rest of the Twilight cast are reportedly staying in rented apartments nearby.”
“During Clinton Admin – rented Lincoln bedroom to contributors”
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