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tenant at sufferancenoun [C]

uk   us   (plural tenants at sufferance)
LAW, PROPERTY a tenant who ​stays in a ​building, etc. after the lease has ​ended, and without the owner's ​permission: A ​tenant at sufferance is ​liable to ​payrent, but can be ​evicted at any ​time.
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