inhabitant[ in-hab-i-tuhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF inhabitant
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INHABITANT
An inhabitant of the Sultanate of Zanzibar, off the eastern coast of Africa.
An inhabitant of the moon, as distinguished from Lunatic, one whom the moon inhabits.
It was part of his work to know, at least by sight, every inhabitant of his district.
"He also is an inhabitant of this system," Jon's guide added.
This letter relates to the inhabitant of Devil's Cliff; is this not true, baron?
Place and inhabitant; as, 'What land is so barbarous as to allow this injustice?'
The death-knell of an inhabitant of the eastern parish was being tolled.
Less like a ghost than the inhabitant who did arrive, no human being well could be.
In all this big country I was the only inhabitant—I and the wild things.
An inhabitant of Voinsles, named Cartier, suffered the same fate.