inhabitant

[in-hab-i-tuhnt]
noun
a person or animal that inhabits a place, especially as a permanent resident.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English < Latin inhabitant- (stem of inhabitāns) dwelling in. See inhabit, -ant

preinhabitant, noun


dweller, denizen.
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inhabitant (ɪnˈhæbɪtənt)
 
n
a person or animal that is a permanent resident of a particular place or region
 
in'habitancy
 
n
 
in'habitance
 
n

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Example sentences
No wonder there is a tension between habitat and inhabitant.
The only difference is whether your inhabitant is beneficial or not.
Expand the cuts so that the conventional taxes will turn into inhabitant taxes.
Try to imagine the present inhabitant of that office being left so far out of
  the loop.
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