residing

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

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The prince was residing at his "Garten," (villa) two miles out of town.

One who serves his country by residing abroad, yet is not an ambassador.

And who so likely to be spies, as the Englishmen residing at Ava?

In Malden, where he was then residing, a Fremont Club was formed.

They were a tribe of the Kahtanite stock, residing in Yemen.

That would be when Lady Tristram was residing with my brother?

She remained there in school about ten years, residing with her aunt, Mary Paine.

There is now a family of the name of Wellborne residing in Doncaster.

I have mentioned the number of Muhammadans residing at Benares.

The deceased was an American gentleman who had been residing for some weeks in the Metropolis.

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