denizen[ den-uh-zuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF denizen
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DENIZEN
Is it to the denizen of a coal mine you apply for information about the Nassau balloon?
To the denizen of the air all, save the want of oxygen, might appear divine.
How unlike the denizen of the desert, the voyageur of the prairie sea!
His range is extensive, but he is properly a denizen of the cold and snowy regions.
For every den had its denizen, and Diana roamed the earth once more.
It embellishes the denizen of the city, and hides the nakedness of barbarism.
She seemed more like a country girl than a denizen of a town or city.
Was it possible that the other denizen of the sooty flue could be Captain de Banyan?
There was a world open to him of which she could not possibly become a denizen.
The owl is a denizen of the dark, yet Minerva's wisdom is not to be found.