“Inhabit” in the news

Example collocations

inhabit the area
known to inhabit

Publications and example sentences

www.theguardian.com
The Guardian
· The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett review – a twin's struggle to 'pass' for white  
Established in 1848, it is inhabited by light-skinned African Americans “who would never be white but refused to be treated like Negroes”.  Copy example sentence
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NBCNews.com
· Officer who stood by as George Floyd died highlights complex Asian American, black relations  
Moreover, resettlement efforts did not include sufficient introductions between refugees and the communities they now inhabited, Vaj said.  Copy example sentence
www.france24.com
FRANCE 24
· Women in Egypt's restive Sinai bring Bedouin embroidery to virus fight  
Bedouins are nomadic tribes who traditionally inhabit desert areas throughout the Arab world, from North Africa to Iraq.  Copy example sentence
www.theguardian.com
The Guardian
· Pass Over review – Spike Lee directs a supremely masterful tragedy  
Two homeless men in Spike Lee’s film who inhabit a shabby street corner fear for their lives, although there is no visible threat.  Copy example sentence
www.nytimes.com
The New York Times
· Trudeau’s 21-Second Pause Becomes the Story in Canada  
Even the country’s conservative newspapers were filled with columns like one by Gary Mason stating, “There couldn’t be a scarier person inhabiting the White House at this very moment.”  Copy example sentence
www.france24.com
FRANCE 24
· In Senegal's north, Fulani herders boxed in by virus  
In the hamlet of Mbetiou Peulh, which is inhabited for only part of the year, Adama Ba says he must travel nearly 100 kilometres (60 miles) south soon, to a refuge containing pasture.  Copy example sentence
hungarytoday.hu
Hungary Today
· Trianon 2020: Investigating Magyarization and Liberal Nationalism  
For the many other ethnic groups that have inhabited the region over the past centuries, it is a day of celebration.  Copy example sentence
www.independent.co.uk
The Independent
· Earth accelerating towards sixth mass extinction event that could see ‘disintegration of civilisation’, scientists warn  
In addition to the alarming extinction rates, the cumulative loss of populations – the individual, localised groups of a particular species – and the geographic range they inhabit, has led to more than 237,000 populations of those 515 species being wiped out since 1900, according the researchers’ estimates.  Copy example sentence
thediplomat.com
The Diplomat
· Sundarbans Devastated by Cyclone, as Virus Halts Migration  
The Sundarban delta has 102 islands, of which 54 are inhabited.  Copy example sentence
www.aljazeera.com
Al Jazeera
· People face 'bleak' future as Sundarbans devastated by cyclone  
The Sundarban Delta has 102 islands, of which 54 are inhabited.  Copy example sentence