of or pertaining to residence or to residences: a residential requirement for a doctorate.
suited for or characterized by private residences: a residential neighborhood.

1645–55; < Medieval Latin residenti(a) residence + -al1

residentiality [rez-i-den-shee-al-i-tee] , noun
residentially, adverb
nonresidential, adjective
pseudoresidential, adjective
quasi-residential, adjective
quasi-residentially, adverb
unresidential, adjective Unabridged
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residential (ˌrɛzɪˈdɛnʃəl)
1.  suitable for or allocated for residence: a residential area
2.  relating to or having residence

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For housing to threaten recovery, residential investment would need to fall
  substantially from that level.
Numerous brands of wind turbines as well as kits and plans for home-built
  turbines are available for residential use.
Residential areas and light commercial are not the big draw on power.
Hopefully it won't be long before more people come to realize that wood burning
  fire pits have no place in residential areas.
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