Thesaurus / denizen

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A few hundred of them appear to be permanent denizens of the disk.

It will be a year of reckoning for denizens of the tech industry as their unchecked behavior catches up with them.

He mixed little in society, and appeared, indeed, as if he were the denizen of some other planet.

Is it to the denizen of a coal mine you apply for information about the Nassau balloon?

Nuts and NutcrackersCharles James Lever

The talk of the man-fish was like the telephone talk of a denizen from another world.

Caleb West, Master DiverF. Hopkinson Smith

This makes one shy, even if one believes oneself to be a denizen of a superior world, and Mrs. Frampton lacked this consolation.

The same rhinoceros was once a denizen of our country, and its remains are met with in caves and river-gravels.

Extinct MonstersH. N. Hutchinson

The Llama, that denizen of the uplands, was not able to feed the Dung-beetles confined to the plains.

He had this in his favour, that every denizen of his stable recognised him as he went by, and his presence soothed their chafing.

Indeed I think I should have been a denizen of Venus rather than of this colder, darker planet.

Memoirs of a MidgetWalter de la Mare

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