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Indweller

noun
1.
Activation by an inner spirit or force or principle.
2.
A person who inhabits a particular place.  Synonyms: denizen, dweller, habitant, inhabitant.






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"Indweller" Quotes from Famous Books



... owne inhabits, and shewed himself a tyrant, in robbing and firing, and took my negroes from my Isle, belonging to no man but myself. And likewise I doe understand that this said John Wentworth, a sea robber, is an indweller with you, soe I desire that you would punish this rogue, according to your good law. I desire you, soe soon as you have this truth of mine, if you don't of yourself, restore all my negroes againe, whereof I shall stay here three months, and in default ...
— Bay State Monthly, Vol. II. No. 5, February, 1885 - A Massachusetts Magazine • Various



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