inmate

[ in-meyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF inmate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INMATE

And to interfere with the inmate of a harem is just about impossible.

Her name was Lucie Druon, and she was an inmate of an orphan asylum.

May peace be an inmate of his bosom, and rapture a frequent visitor of his soul!

It sounded as though the inmate had knocked over the table and chairs.

If it keeps up tomorrow night we could rescue every inmate in the sanitarium.

Grief is not an inmate of the plain; the hours of the shepherd are sped in gaiety and mirth.

I was myself an inmate of the Court for upwards of two years.

Married the inmate of the cottage and went to London, a city in England.

We took it to us as inmate and Hausfreund, and made what we could of it.

The eye of every inmate of the perfect boarding house was on him.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INMATE

resident

nounperson living in a particular place
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