Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of lease.
  • adjective Transferred under the terms of a lease.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective hired for the exclusive temporary use of a group of travelers

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Examples

  • The regional network is built in part by the cable company, and in some areas will require the use of lines leased from the phone company.

    Congressman Files Bill to Stop Tiered Broadband Pricing

  • Most manufactured homes are fi nanced with personal-property loans, meaning the loan is secured only by the home and not the land, which is often leased from the operator of a housing community.

    Mobile-Home Makers Try To Stitch Together a Rebound

  • Time to make use of this area, and turn it into something more interesting, local, and lucrative (in terms of space leased from the city) than a Detroit-style arcade wasteland.

    Thumbs Up on Chihuly at Seattle Center « PubliCola

  • The Pagoda, like hundreds of other buildings in Hawaii, sits on land leased from a trust established more than a century ago by a descendant of the ruler who united the major Hawaiian islands.

    Hawaii Local's Inside Play

  • John Trumble leased from a Mr. Parke a property at Shancarriglen or Oldrock in Cloonoghil parish, which was presumably where he and his wife lived, and raised their family.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • The Pagoda, like hundreds of other buildings in Hawaii, sits on land leased from a trust established more than a century ago by a descendant of the ruler who united the major Hawaiian islands.

    Hawaii Local's Inside Play

  • Later this week, House Democrats could try again to pass their proposal to penalize oil companies that are not exploring the tracts they have already leased from the government, a way to counter the Republican call for more domestic drilling.

    Senate Moves on AIDS Bill - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • There, Graystone Academy Charter School opened six years ago in offices leased from a nearby steel company.

    Possible air hazards rarely considered in plans for schools

  • Later this week, House Democrats could try again to pass their proposal to penalize oil companies that are not exploring the tracts they have already leased from the government, a way to counter the Republican call for more domestic drilling.

    Senate Moves on AIDS Bill - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Others, in leased homes, have been pushed out by the post-storm real estate shuffle or by today's higher rents.

    Archive 2007-05-01

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