reinhabit

reinhabit

(ˌriːɪnˈhæbɪt)
vb
to inhabit or dwell again
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So when the couple heard that the design team behind many of their favorite properties, Reinhabit (re-inhabit, com), had bought a 1,650-square-foot house five doors down from the couple's rental, their curiosity was piqued.
awakes the urge to reinhabit, make anew or otherwise inquire into suspicion of loveliness and that it might be true (14)
With such thunderous acceptance (a current GQ profile calls him ''the greatest comic talent of his generation''), is it tough to reinhabit the earlier, not-nearly-so-successful Louis C.
The ambiguity compels readers to cross conceptual boundaries and attempt to reinhabit the characters' psychological processes, as opposed to registering passively their thoughts and memories as finished products.
The evasive strategies of the brigata, their denial, cannot last throughout the retreat from Florence; they must turn back to sorrow, calamity, and cruelty to be able to eventually return to their city and reinhabit it.
Plant grasses and meadow flowers and trees, reduce heating and cooling costs, filter pollution out of the air and water, dissolve urban "heat islands," control storm-water runoff, use supermaterials to build buildings that create corridors for wildlife to reinhabit our cities?
The impact of parole on those who've received the longest prison sentences; their rates of recidivism; and the dangers that violent offenders pose to communities they reinhabit upon parole
His physical and mental elite will then reinhabit Earth.
Louisiana is one of the few states to regulate mold-mitigation contractors, Laquatra notes, but much work remains before homes in and around New Orleans are safe to reinhabit.
The restoration effort is already paying off; prairie-chickens have begun to reinhabit adjacent grasslands.
58) As Stengers parses out the contours of the story, she maps a genre, a particular zoographic in which pigs and wolves follow a script--scripts that we can steal, change, attenuate, reinhabit.
Both works make the familiar strange, and liquefy traditions in order to reinhabit them.