Usage examples for dweller

  1. They are highly intelligent animals and for the country dweller with two or more acres, make affectionate and satisfactory pets. – If You're Going to Live in the Country by Thomas H. Ormsbee and Richmond Huntley
  2. The wrong doing of a man or woman of our own class naturally appeals to our bump of forgiveness more readily than that of a slum dweller whose temptations and environment we know nothing about. – The Law and the Poor by Edward Abbott Parry
  3. As the dweller in wide fields sees the smoke of the distant town rise in a shadowy arc upon the horizon, and thinks with pity of the toilers there in the hot streets, so Hugh thought of the intricate movement of life as of a thing that was both remote and insupportable. – Beside Still Waters by Arthur Christopher Benson
  4. The hour now arrives, he said, when thou mayst pass the great but airy barrier,- when thou mayst gradually confront the terrible Dweller of the Threshold. – Zanoni by Edward Bulwer Lytton
  5. One had the alertness and vigor which bespeaks the dweller in towns. – The Mystery of the Four Fingers by Fred M. White
  6. To the dweller in the wilds there is no getting away from fair- day, the great country holiday of the year. – Furze the Cruel by John Trevena
  7. " Gentlemen," said la Peyrade, " will you permit a recent dweller in the faubourg Saint- Jacques to make one little remark, which is not without importance?" – The Lesser Bourgeoisie by Honore de Balzac
  8. Why can I not go finish my days in the beloved island, never to quit it, never again to see in it one dweller from the mainland, to bring back to me the memory of all the woes of every sort that they have delighted in heaping on my head for all these long years?... – Rousseau Volumes I. and II. by John Morley
  9. They praise Him, saying, " Thou art the House and the Dweller in the House." – The Gnôsis of the Light by F. Lamplugh
  10. Even I, who am a Tree Dweller of little knowledge, knew that a tale from this Cut- throat would soon run into a lie of great strength. – The Sa'-Zada Tales by William Alexander Fraser
  11. Much pondering what a fellow scouring the country with a decent coat and no money could be, the dweller in the villa led the way to his stable. – Warlock o' Glenwarlock by George MacDonald
  12. The modern town- dweller is almost wholly in the hands of the private owners of the products upon which he depends. – The American Empire by Scott Nearing
  13. The young dweller in the woods had by this time recovered his self possession. – The Rival Heirs being the Third and Last Chronicle of Aescendune by A. D. Crake
  14. He is an underground- dweller, with enormous fore- paws, palm- shaped, upon which are five powerful claws. – The Human Side of Animals by Royal Dixon
  15. A most unusual miner and underground dweller is the pocket gopher of North and Central America. – The Human Side of Animals by Royal Dixon
  16. To climb " the Peak" was a thing to be done at least once or twice in the lifetime of every dweller in Halsey, and it was worth the trouble it cost. – Eunice by Margaret Murray Robertson
  17. The judges who have shown themselves able and willing effectively to check the dishonest activity of the very rich man who works iniquity by the mismanagement of corporations, who have shown themselves alert to do justice to the wageworker, and sympathetic with the needs of the mass of our people, so that the dweller in the tenement houses, the man who practices a dangerous trade, the man who is crushed by excessive hours of labor, feel that their needs are understood by the courts- these judges are the real bulwark of the courts; these judges, the judges of the stamp of the president- elect, who have been fearless in opposing labor when it has gone wrong, but fearless also in holding to strict account corporations that work iniquity, and far- sighted in seeing that the workingman gets his rights, are the men of all others to whom we owe it that the appeal for such violent and mistaken legislation has fallen on deaf ears, that the agitation for its passage proved to be without substantial basis. – Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present by Various
  18. O dweller in my heart, the music thine! – The Poetical Works of Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton, Bart. M.P. by Edward Bulwer Lytton
  19. But he saw in them only the lovely dweller of his own soul; and walking toward a window, stood there with his eyes fixed on the descending sun. – The Scottish Chiefs by Jane Porter