resides

[ verb ree-sahyd; noun ree-sahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF resides

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You, then, suspect it is a portion of that people among whom Cora resides?

I wish to conduct this lady, Mlle. de Kercadiou, back to her uncle who resides there.

He is an Italian (born in Italy) who now resides in America.

The lady Honoria, who has just passed, resides in a lodging in Mary-le-bone.

She was forced to move to the elegant mansion where she now resides.

In fact, the Duke of Northumberland resides in it, when he is in town, to this day.

She who does this may be a most valuable auxiliary in the family she resides with.

He resides in the city of London, thirty-two miles from this place.

The subscriber offers for sale the houses and lots where he now resides.

You then suspect it is a portion of that people among whom Cora resides?