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Indweller   Listen
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Indweller  n.  An inhabitant.






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Indweller" Quotes from Famous Books



... understand, have been reduced by a succession of misfortunes, from a state of affluence to that of much humbler circumstances. But with that noble spirit of independence which, we are proud to say, is so peculiarly the indweller of American bosoms, they have determined to rise superior to their misfortunes, and win for themselves that patronage which they have heretofore had it in their power to dispense. We have had the pleasure of ...
— Ups and Downs in the Life of a Distressed Gentleman • William L. Stone

... master, where it should happen him to appoint, and be for the time, under the pain of disobedience. But whether this summons was proclaimed by vain persons, night-walkers, or drunken men, for their pastime, or if it was a spirit, I cannot tell truly: but it was shewn to me, that an indweller of the town, Mr. Richard Lawson, being evil disposed, ganging in his gallery-stair foreanent the Cross, hearing this voice proclaiming this summons, thought marvel what it should be, cried on his servant to bring him his purse; and when he had brought him it, he took out a crown, and cast over ...
— Marmion • Sir Walter Scott



Words linked to "Indweller" :   individual, dweller, New Zealander, mortal, alsatian, cottage dweller, soul, indwell, marcher, Nazarene, westerner, landman, inhabitant, Austronesian, earthman, philistine, European, occupant, earthling, borderer, liver, tellurian, occidental, someone, landlubber, island-dweller, Hittite, Asiatic, Trinidadian, Northerner



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