inhabited, past participle; inhabited, past tense; inhabits, 3rd person singular present; inhabiting, present participle;
(of a person, animal, or group) Live in or occupy (a place or environment)
a bird that inhabits North America
urban centers inhabited by more than 10 million people
the loneliest inhabited place on Earth
populate: inhabit or live in; be an inhabitant of; "People lived in Africa millions of years ago"; "The people inhabited the islands that are now deserted"; "this kind of fish dwells near the bottom of the ocean"; "deer are populating the woods"
be present in; "sweet memories inhabit this house"
dwell: exist or be situated within; "Strange notions inhabited her mind"
Inhabit is the third album by the Christian metal band Living Sacrifice and the last album in which DJ record with Living Sacrifice. The album was recorded at Believer's Trauma Studios. Kurt Bachman and Joey Daub of Believer also produced and engineered this album. ...
(Inhabited (group)) Inhabited is an American contemporary Christian/rock band from Spring, Texas formed in 2003. By both their sound of music and their Christian lyrics, critics have often compared their sound to bands such as Superchic[k], Rebecca St. James, and others.
To live or reside in some place; To be present in or fill some place
(inhabited (initial)) An illuminated initial containing animals or human figures.
(Inhabiting) the dreamer's awareness is experienced as being located inside someone else's body or someone else's dream-surround while retaining sense of self as a separate individual.
if animals or people inhabit an area or place, they live there
A spirit gets into the body of a living person to control their actions and affect their thoughts. Julian Borgia inhabits Jim s body in On the Wings of a Dove to get to Melinda because she is frightened by his tattooed body. (cf. possess, oppress)