Example sentences for: inhabitants

How can you use “inhabitants” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The inhabitants are (gond ethnic tribe) illiterate, poorly clothed, health ignorant and work in forest or road construction work etc.

  • The earlier inhabitants, the shy Mesolithic tribes and the mysterious Picts, vanished for ever into the moorland mists before the invaders.

  • Very little, however, is known about the Rock and its inhabitants in the centuries between its first occupation and the time of the MacAlpin kings.

  • Boat building and sugar production used to be the main ways the inhabitants earned a living; rum production also made the town popular with Americans during Prohibition.

  • 5 As defined for the 1980 census, urban areas include: (a) places of 2,500 or more inhabitants incorporated as cities, villages, boroughs (except Alaska and New York) and towns (except in the New England states, New York and Wisconsin), but excludes those persons living in the rural portions of extended cities; (b) census designated places of 2,500 or more inhabitants; and (c) other areas, incorporated or unincorporated, included in urbanized areas.


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