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in·hab·it·ed

 (ĭn-hăb′ĭ-tĭd)
adj.
Having inhabitants; lived in: a sparsely inhabited plain.

inhabited

(ɪnˈhæbɪtɪd)
adj
lived in

in•hab•it•ed

(ɪnˈhæb ɪ tɪd)

adj.
having inhabitants.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.inhabited - having inhabitants; lived in; "the inhabited regions of the earth"
uninhabited - not having inhabitants; not lived in; "an uninhabited island"; "gaping doors of uninhabited houses"

inhabited

adjective populated, peopled, occupied, held, developed, settled, tenanted, colonized a land primarily inhabited by nomads
Translations
naseljen

inhabited

[ɪnˈhæbɪtɪd] ADJhabitado

inhabited

[ɪnˈhæbɪtɪd] adj [country, island, region] → habité(e); [house] → habité(e)
a sparsely inhabited region → une région faiblement peuplée

inhabited

[ɪnˈhæbɪtɪd] adjabitato/a
References in classic literature ?
This, too, is a matter of inquiry, whether we shall say that a city is the same while it is inhabited by the same race of men, though some of them are perpetually dying, others coming into the world, as we say that a river or a fountain is the same, though the waters are continually changing; or when a revolution takes place shall we
If this is true, it is evident, that when we speak of a city as being the same we refer to the government there established; and this, whether it is called by the same name or any other, or inhabited by the same men or different.
I ask the honorable commission, if the moon is not habitable, has she ever been inhabited, Citizen Barbicane?
Barbicane, therefore, hastened to get in a word, and began by asking his new friend whether he thought that the moon and the planets were inhabited.
It would be difficult to find another portion of the world, of the same extent, which has so little useless land as the inhabited parts of the American Union.
The kingdom is a peninsula, terminated to the north-east by a ridge of mountains thirty miles high, which are altogether impassable, by reason of the volcanoes upon the tops: neither do the most learned know what sort of mortals inhabit beyond those mountains, or whether they be inhabited at all.
On the same day we proceeded to the palace inhabited by Lord Montbarry at the time of his last illness and death.
As the larger ground-feeding birds seldom take flight except to escape danger, I believe that the nearly wingless condition of several birds, which now inhabit or have lately inhabited several oceanic islands, tenanted by no beast of prey, has been caused by disuse.
One inhabited a deep pond, far removed from public view; the other lived in a gully containing little water, and traversed by a country road.
These men painted that hideous wilderness in charming colours, told us that we should find a country watered with navigable rivers, and inhabited by a people that would either inform us of the way, or accompany us in it.
The islands with which the lake is dotted," replied the doctor, "are nothing, after all, but the tops of submerged hills; but we are lucky to have found a retreat among them, for the shores of the lake are inhabited by ferocious tribes.
The river abounded with geese and ducks, and there were signs of its being inhabited by beaver and otters: indeed they were now approaching regions where these animals, the great objects of the fur trade, are said to abound.