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[ adjective ] used or designed for residence or limited to residences

Examples

"a residential hotel" "a residential quarter" "a residential college" "residential zoning"

Used in print

(Ross E. McKinney and Howard Edde, "Aerated...)

The location of the oxidation pond in a high value residential area makes odor nuisances a sensitive problem for the developer .

Related terms

nonresidential

2
[ adjective ] of or relating to or connected with residence

Examples

"a residential requirement for the doctorate"

Used in print

(The Dallas Morning News,...)

It would authorize the Texas_Education_Agency to establish county-wide day_schools for the deaf in counties of 300000 or more population , require deaf children between 6 and 13 years of_age to attend the day_schools , permitting older ones to attend the residential Texas_School_for_the_Deaf here .

(Robert L. Duncan, The Voice of Strangers....)

As Rector was walking back toward the residential hall , Johnson came_out of the basement and bounded up_to him .

Rector was warming_to his over-all strategy by the time he got_back to the residential hall .

He found Elizabeth in the parlor and asked her to make sure everything was in_order in the residential hall , and_then to take_charge of the office while the party was here .

Related terms

residency

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