To try to do your best to inhabit a character, you judge them to the extent that you judge yourself.
The chasm between the super-rich and everyone else has so widened that our elites seem to inhabit a different country.
I hasten to add that their caution is a disease common to almost all who inhabit and aspire to high government office.
Indeed, Donilon is famous internally for his workload—even among the perpetually slammed staffers who inhabit the West Wing.
Actors can inhabit the person through the sheer force of their assimilation.
It is something remarkable that they only inhabit the colder latitudes, for in a warmer climate it is a rare thing to find them.
This country, with its institutions, belongs to the people who inhabit it.
We may remark that no species of Phasmid are known to inhabit the British Isles.
They inhabit not much territory upon the Rhine, but possess an island in it.
Such species may inhabit oceanic plateaus, and find many halting places in their circuit of the tropical oceans.