Usage examples for residence

  1. Now, there certainly had been a lack of confidence between the married daughter and her mother as to a new residence. – Ayala's Angel by Anthony Trollope
  2. As he returned to the barracks from Mr. Crowe's residence he thought wholly of this. – An Eye for an Eye by Anthony Trollope
  3. It was past the hour of one when he let himself in the front door of his residence. – The Strange Adventures of Mr. Middleton by Wardon Allan Curtis
  4. Those plans involved some change of residence, no doubt. – The Lovels of Arden by M. E. Braddon
  5. Shall I take up my residence here? – Faith and Unfaith by Duchess
  6. I assure you that I was entirely ignorant of your residence in this neighborhood, or it would have been the last place on earth in which I should have set foot. – The House Behind the Cedars by Charles W. Chesnutt
  7. Thus it came about that Schubert gained his release, and the two friends took up residence together at Schober's lodgings. – Story-Lives of Great Musicians by Francis Jameson Rowbotham
  8. Trevlyn House, the fine old residence of the late John Trevlyn, was closed. – The Fatal Glove by Clara Augusta Jones Trask
  9. My residence will not be definitely fixed before to- morrow. – Beethoven: A Memoir (2nd Ed.) by Elliott Graeme
  10. I shall think it very sad indeed, if this young man be allowed to take up his residence in the parish after what has taken place. – The Vicar of Bullhampton by Anthony Trollope
  11. From that time he scarcely ever stayed there himself, and the old nest was good enough for a summer residence for the children. – 'O Thou, My Austria!' by Ossip Schubin
  12. He made no reply, except to turn immediately to the subject of her place of residence and her allowance. – Delia Blanchflower by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  13. And no sooner were we outside the gates than I declared I should never again enter a private residence by the back door. – The Complete PG Edition of The Works of Winston Churchill by Winston Churchill
  14. In a few months Lady Anna might choose any residence she pleased for herself, and there could be no doubt whose house she would share, if she were not still kept in subjection. – Lady Anna by Anthony Trollope
  15. It began to be rumoured about those parts that some strange thing had taken up its residence in the surrounding country. – A Hero of Romance by Richard Marsh