Usage examples for inhabitation

  1. Other signs of inhabitation can be traced elsewhere in this district, as yet unexplored. – Ancient Town-Planning by F. Haverfield
  2. Nor is there an inhabitation unless the consolation is received by this faith. – Historical Introductions to the Symbolical Books of the Evangelical Lutheran Church by Friedrich Bente
  3. The case against inhabitation is certainly strong. – Moon Lore by Timothy Harley
  4. In the earlier part of the history of time, their bodily senses he addressed: in all time their souls, by the inhabitation of his Holy Spirit, experienced the goodness of His grace. – The Ordinance of Covenanting by John Cunningham
  5. There is a mutual inhabitation which is wonderful. – The Works of the Rev. Hugh Binning by Hugh Binning
  6. In what order of precedence, with what attendant ceremony was the exodus from the house of bondage to the wilderness of inhabitation effected? – Ulysses by James Joyce
  7. The legends of the discovery and inhabitation of Ireland before the Flood, are too purely mythical to demand serious notice. – An Illustrated History of Ireland from AD 400 to 1800 by Mary Frances Cusack
  8. Other than Kirkwood's own restrained respiration not a sound throughout the house advertised its inhabitation; not a board creaked beneath the pressure of a foot, not a mouse rustled in the wainscoting or beneath the floors, not a breath of air stirred sighing in the stillness. – The Black Bag by Louis Joseph Vance
  9. For example, the announcement made by Klein, the astronomer, twenty years before, that the inhabitation of certain planets had become a certified fact- how vastly this had altered men's views of themselves. – Lord of the World by Robert Hugh Benson
  10. And to others of you, who have never attained any victory over your sins, and scarce have a discerning of them, I would only say this, that the universality of sin’ s inhabitation, or being in all men, even the godly, will not excuse sin’ s domination and reign in you. – The Works of the Rev. Hugh Binning by Hugh Binning
  11. They had found within this curious ring of Plato, which is a circle of mountains sixty miles in diameter, enclosing a level plain remarkably smooth over most of its surface, unmistakable evidences of former inhabitation. – Edison's Conquest of Mars by Garrett Putman Serviss