Occupy

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Legal Definition and Related Resources of Occupy

Meaning of Occupy

To possess, to have in possession or use or to use. Freygang v Borough of Verona, 369 A.2d959, 146 N.J. Super. 310.

Synonyms of Occupy

(Engage), verb

  • absorb
  • absorb the attention
  • absorb the mind
  • absorb the thoughts
  • address oneself to
  • amuse
  • apply oneself to
  • apply the attention to
  • apply the mind to
  • arrest the attention
  • attract the attention
  • attract the mind
  • attract the thoughts
  • be active with
  • be at work on
  • be concerned with
  • be employed
  • busy oneself with
  • captivate
  • catch the attention
  • claim one's thoughts
  • concentrate on
  • concern oneself with
  • devote
  • direct the attention to
  • direct the mind to
  • engage the attention
  • engage the mind
  • engage the thoughts
  • engross
  • engross the mind
  • engross the thoughts
  • entertain
  • enthrall
  • entrance
  • excite the attention
  • fascinate
  • go about
  • immerse
  • in re versari
  • interest
  • invite the attention
  • involve
  • keep busy
  • monopolize
  • monopolize the thoughts
  • obsess
  • occupare
  • plunge into
  • ply
  • preoccupy
  • rivet the attention
  • rivet the mind
  • rivet the thoughts
  • set about
  • set to work
  • specialize in
  • spend one's time in
  • tackle
  • take employment
  • take on
  • take part
  • take up
  • tenere
  • turn the attention to
  • turn the mind to
  • undertake
  • work at

(Engage), verb

  • absorb
  • absorb the attention
  • absorb the mind
  • absorb the thoughts
  • address oneself to
  • amuse
  • apply oneself to
  • apply the attention to
  • apply the mind to
  • arrest the attention
  • attract the attention
  • attract the mind
  • attract the thoughts
  • be active with
  • be at work on
  • be concerned with
  • be employed
  • busy oneself with
  • captivate
  • catch the attention
  • claim one's thoughts
  • concentrate on
  • concern oneself with
  • devote
  • direct the attention to
  • direct the mind to
  • engage the attention
  • engage the mind
  • engage the thoughts
  • engross
  • engross the mind
  • engross the thoughts
  • entertain
  • enthrall
  • entrance
  • excite the attention
  • fascinate
  • go about
  • immerse
  • in re versari
  • interest
  • invite the attention
  • involve
  • keep busy
  • monopolize
  • monopolize the thoughts
  • obsess
  • occupare
  • plunge into
  • ply
  • preoccupy
  • rivet the attention
  • rivet the mind
  • rivet the thoughts
  • set about
  • set to work
  • specialize in
  • spend one's time in
  • tackle
  • take employment
  • take on
  • take part
  • take up
  • tenere
  • turn the attention to
  • turn the mind to
  • undertake
  • work at

(Take possession), verb

  • abide
  • acquire
  • annex
  • appropriate
  • assume
  • assuir e ownership
  • be possessed of
  • capere
  • capture
  • clairr colonize
  • command
  • conquer
  • control
  • denizen
  • don
  • nate
  • dwell
  • dwell in
  • expropriate
  • have possession c have rights to
  • have title to
  • help oneself to
  • hold
  • ir
  • cwell
  • inhabit
  • invade
  • keep
  • keep hold of
  • keep house live
  • live in
  • lodge
  • make one's home at
  • move in: obtain
  • occupare
  • own
  • possess
  • procure
  • recover
  • reside in
  • retain
  • seize
  • settle in
  • stay
  • take from
  • tale over
  • take up residence in
  • Associated Concepts: actually occupy
  • lawfully occur

(Take possession), verb

  • abide
  • acquire
  • annex
  • appropriate
  • assume
  • assur e ownership
  • be possessed of
  • capere
  • capture
  • claur colonize
  • command
  • conquer
  • control
  • denizen
  • dorr nate
  • dwell
  • dwell in
  • expropriate
  • have possession : have rights to
  • have title to
  • help oneself to
  • hold
  • incwell
  • inhabit
  • invade
  • keep
  • keep hold of
  • keep house live
  • live in
  • lodge
  • make one's home at
  • move ir
  • : obtain
  • occupare
  • own
  • possess
  • procure
  • recover
  • re side in
  • retain
  • seize
  • settle in
  • stay
  • take from
  • tale over
  • take up residence in
  • Associated Concepts: actually occupy
  • lawfully occur

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