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occupant
used in Chasing Lincoln's Killer

7 uses
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Definition
one who lives or habitually works in a specific place

or:

someone presently in a room, car, or seat

or:

someone currently holding a position
  • They searched farmhouses and barns, questioned the occupants, making their way south to Port Conway.
    p. 158.8
  • That might attract the attention of pedestrians or awaken the occupants of the house to defend themselves.
    p. 48.2
  • They watched the gaslights go dim in several rooms, indicating that the occupants were settling in for the night.
    p. 48.9
  • Some climbed to the stage, asking the occupants of the president's box what had happened.
    p. 66.6
  • One detective revealed the shocking and half-false information to the occupants of Surratt's boardinghouse: "John Wilkes Booth has shot the president, and John Surratt has assassinated the secretary of state."
    p. 91.6
  • The occupants of the room stood silent and motionless for a few minutes.
    p. 102.7
  • In Washington, the occupants of Mary Surratt's boardinghouse prepared for bed, too.
    p. 130.0

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