rehouse in English
tenants will be rehoused in hotels until their homes are habitable
Use "rehouse" in a sentence
1. The council has agreed to rehouse the family.
2. The government pledged to rehouse the refugees.
3. The government will explore with the Housing Authority ways to rehouse those affected.
4. The corporation and the rural district council were in dispute about who should rehouse them.
5. It is not very easy to rehouse those works of art which have been spared.
6. Joy Holloway lived next door to the kennels until she persuaded the council to rehouse her.
7. He was seeking advice with regard to the Council's refusal to rehouse him in suitable ground floor accommodation.
8. 16 Joy Holloway lived next door to the kennels until she persuaded the council to rehouse her.
9. The Council refused to rehouse because the tenancy was held in joint names with his ex-wife who has disappeared.
10. The most difficult job will be to rehouse and reshape soccer while remembering just who it really belongs to.
11. None of the YCs had realized that the decision to rehouse the families was being taken by the Conservative council.
12. Predictably they will tell the adviser that they can not rehouse all those families and perhaps the tenant can contact the police.