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a.1.Having no tenants; unoccupied; as, a tenantless mansion.
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He threaded his way back to the ferry landing, found nobody at large there, and walked boldly on board the boat, for he knew she was tenantless except that there was a watchman, who always turned in and slept like a graven image.
You could not now traverse the gallery, once so hushed, nor enter the front chambers, once so tenantless, without encountering a smart lady's-maid or a dandy valet.
Your mother's nursery, Miss Osgood," he cried, "ought on such an occasion to be tenantless.