denizen

Part of speech: noun

A citizen; inhabitant.

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Usage examples "denizen":

  1. With some difficulty I was permitted to reach my much admired steed, and with a cheer, which was sustained and caught up by every denizen of the village as I passed through, I rode on my way, not a little amused at my equivocal popularity. - "The Confessions of Harry Lorrequer, Complete", Charles James Lever (1806-1872).
  2. Yes; there was the only real change: Amabel, gazing at her, somewhat as a nun gazes from behind convent gratings at some bright denizen of the outer world, felt it more and more. - "Amabel Channice", Anne Douglas Sedgwick.
  3. He is, first of all, a spirit, belonging to the spiritual world, and only secondarily and temporarily a denizen of earth. - "The Life Radiant", Lilian Whiting.