tenant

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Synonyms for tenant

Synonyms for tenant

someone who pays rent to use land or a building or a car that is owned by someone else

a holder of buildings or lands by any kind of title (as ownership or lease)

any occupant who dwells in a place

occupy as a tenant

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It will cost several million dollars to bring the mall into 'good and tenantable repair, order and condition.
Four men, two architects and two wealthy backers, driven by ambition and an enormous need to make their disparate yet distinct mark upon the world, would become embroiled in a race to construct the world's tallest tenantable building.
This Policy does not insure any loss of rental income during any period in which the insured property would not have been tenantable for any reason other than an insured loss.
Landlords will find it easier to show this if the tenant has agreed to keep the premises 'in good and tenantable condition.
The arbiters ordered CJHDevco to return to the government the leased premises, including new constructions and permanent improvements made during the lease, in good and tenantable condition, except for reasonable wear and tear.