Antonyms for occupier

Grammar : Noun
Spell : ok-yuh-pahy
Phonetic Transcription : ˈɒk yəˌpaɪ

Definition of occupier

Origin :
  • late 14c., agent noun from occupy.
  • As in inhabitant : noun person who is resident of habitation
  • As in occupant : noun person who resides in a place
  • As in tenant : noun person who leases a place
  • As in possessor : noun owner
Example sentences :
  • The State authority was to be the purchaser, and the occupier was to be the proprietor.
  • Extract from : « The Grand Old Man » by Richard B. Cook
  • It was a house which typified the drearier tenets of its occupier with great exactness.
  • Extract from : « A Laodicean » by Thomas Hardy
  • In Suffolk this term is applied to the eldest son of the occupier of the farm.
  • Extract from : « The Slang Dictionary » by John Camden Hotten
  • Its occupier was Paul Radcliffe, who had inherited it from his father.
  • Extract from : « Johnny Ludlow, Fourth Series » by Mrs. Henry Wood
  • It was only a deep black-bordered letter for 'The Occupier.'
  • Extract from : « Rogues and Vagabonds » by George R. Sims
  • This ground may be safe, but the conduct of its occupier is not daring.
  • Extract from : « A Few Words About the Devil » by Charles Bradlaugh
  • It is easy to say, Let the occupier be the owner; but the question is, Who is to be the occupier?
  • Extract from : « The Impossibilities of Anarchism » by George Bernard Shaw
  • Why, since the occupier does not return until the day after to-morrow?
  • Extract from : « The Mysteries of Paris, Volume 1 of 6 » by Eugne Sue
  • But the crushing burden of the occupier's rates must be reduced, not increased.
  • Extract from : « Socialism and Democracy in Europe » by Samuel P. Orth
  • But then the purchaser must wait, no matter whether or not he is the occupier.
  • Extract from : « Supply and Demand » by Hubert D. Henderson

Synonyms for occupier

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