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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of tenant.

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

  • adj. resided in; having tenants

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Examples

  • All get the basic tenet benefit — tenants, disgusting tenants, even tenters, basic tenants, immigrant tenters, immigrant tenants — all can be tenanted under this tent.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Rhetoric of Opposition

  • Scottish & Newcastle Pub Company is Heineken's existing tenanted pub business in the U.K. Scottish & Newcastle's larger brewing business was jointly acquired by Heineken and Denmark's Carslberg in a £7.8 billion deal in 2008, after which the two divided its assets.

    Heineken Expands U.K. Pub Network

  • LONDON—Heineken NV Friday said it has acquired Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC's tenanted pub business for about £422 million in cash, as the Dutch brewing giant adds to its existing U.K. estate and RBS progresses its plans to shed non-core assets.

    Heineken Expands U.K. Pub Network

  • Thrust inside this older cabin, he found it tenanted by a young giant of a man, his wife, and an old blind man.

    THE MAN ON THE OTHER BANK

  • Therefore I did not need to concern myself with the unblinking, protuberant eyes common to that unpleasant clan that had formerly tenanted many of the rooms directly of concern.

    Abomination at the Shilkie

  • Unfortunately, it meant the loss of a handful of pastures tenanted by an elderly woman who walked her small herd of dairy cattle up the hill each day in the grazing season.

    Country diary: Staffordshire Moorlands

  • At the time, the development parcel was occupied by tenanted commercial office buildings, and the price, at about $260 a square foot, was too expensive for their taste.

    New Skyscraper Ignites Growth Below 34th Street

  • Home to the first-ever safari park in the U.K. (which opened in 1949), there are 9,000 acres of agricultural land, 200 tenanted houses and cottages, and 10 tenanted farms.

    A Renaissance of Landed Estates

  • *** Drinks Punch Taverns, one of the U.K.'s largest pub groups, said it will dramatically shrink its struggling tenanted operations and spin off its better-performing managed-pubs division into a separate listed company before the end of the summer in a bid to overhaul the group and restructure its heavy debt.

    Business Watch

  • The company also announced plans to accelerate the growth of its branded, food-led managed estates and reduce the number of tenanted businesses.

    Debenhams and Greene King buck market decline after updates

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