dwelling

[ dwel-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF dwelling

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DWELLING

Were not her poor friends the more sorely tried that she was dwelling at ease?

Your dwelling is in those parts, and so their thoughts turned to you as their leader.

Close to the dwelling, the rest of the little company was awaiting them.

When they had gone some forty miles into the mountains, he saw a dwelling, fair and clean.

Sure enough, he missed his way, and came to the dwelling of Laotzse.

He left the Zaguan of Monteblanco's dwelling with the utmost precipitation.

My future dwelling, if I am to live in peace, must be a secret.

A friendly Indian chief readily gave his dwelling to the Spaniards.

We had but to cross the road from our dwelling to the concert-room.

Each of them has a dwelling of his own, each a household to govern.

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