occupier

[ UK /ˈɒkjuːpˌa‍ɪɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈɑkjəˌpaɪɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. someone who lives at a particular place for a prolonged period or who was born there
  2. a member of a military force who is residing in a conquered foreign country
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How To Use occupier In A Sentence

  • There is little evidence to suggest that occupiers will pay more rent for environmentally friendly offices and factory buildings. Times, Sunday Times
  • So yes, Obama is FAR left of liberal, and he'll be a 1 term occupier (he's beneath being called President) of the Presidency! The Nation: Top Stories
  • Then, as now, the occupiers say they were invited to stay by the very quislings they installed.
  • To date the local authority has been obliged to notify the owner and occupier that the property will be revalued, but this will no longer be the case.
  • The only possible scope for early development is in association with its agricultural use, for example living accommodation for farm workers or owner-occupiers.
  • Working for the occupiers also gives him privileges. Times, Sunday Times
  • The individual claimants are freehold owners and occupiers of their homes in Church Village.
  • There was no mail except the usual junk addressed to the occupier.
  • If one is, shall we say, taking one's leave, the last thing that anyone outside the stall wants is to be able to hear the unmuffled sound of the occupier's ‘leave’ hitting the pan.
  • A lawful visitor is a person who has the permission of the occupier to enter the premises.
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