indweller

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Etymology[edit]

From indwell +‎ -er or in- +‎ dweller.

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indweller (plural indwellers)

  1. One who dwells in a place; an inhabitant.
    • 1883, Edmund Doidge Anderson Morshead (translator), The Suppliant Maidens of Aeschylus, page 28.
      But I will call the country's indwellers,
      And with soft words th' assembly will persuade,

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