tenement – noun | ten·e·ment ˈte-nə-mənt
Simple Definition of tenement
: a large building that has apartments or rooms for rent and that is usually in a poorer part of a city
Full Definition of tenement
1: any of various forms of corporeal property (as land) or incorporeal property that is held by one person from another
- a : a house used as a dwelling : residence
- b : apartment, flat
- c : tenement house
Examples of TENEMENT
<an exhibit of pictures showing the tenements of the New York City neighborhood of Hell’s Kitchen during the 1920s>
Apparently some DUMBFUCK thinks gmhowell defamed a building or something…
WAIT A MINUTE…
There’s a little bell going off in the back of my zombie brain…
Hell’s Kitchen…DUMBFUCK knows someone from Hell’s Kitchen, I think. From right about the time when das Uhrwerk Seelenverwandten kicked it to the curb and went off to buy the showplace tincasa?
Karen? Kimberly? Kyla? Kendra? Khloe?