dweller[ dwel ]SEE DEFINITION OF dweller
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DWELLER
In all humbleness and awe, you are a dweller of the Silent Places.
It was as if a dweller in a Harlem flat had been presented with a hippopotamus.
It was no new thought to him or to any other dweller in that region.
And the dweller in the country might rarely be a witness of these great solemnities.
This was evidently the means of water supply to the dweller or dwellers in the cottage.
The dweller in this overhead galnlati may be red, white, or brown in color.
She looked insolvent, a dweller in the past, crippled by an acute memory.
By the spirit that is in me, who am yet a dweller on the earth, I charge thee speak.
You are thinking that perhaps you might kill this Dweller in the cave with your weapons.
The stranger was a middle-aged man; in dress and appearance a dweller of cities.