Dwell - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- originate (in) (syn: consist, lie, lie in)
- come back to (syn: harp)
...dwelling with a farm family as an exchange student in France...
They dwelt in the forest.
The problems dwell in the social injustices in this country
Don't dwell on the past
... to insist on its being either symbol or fact is to dwell needlessly on a false dichotomy.
...hilarity is the last thing you expect to find at a funeral, but we were there to celebrate his life rather than to dwell on his death...
Hurl'd headlong...To bottomless perdition, there to dwell
present participle: dwelling
past tense: dwelled or dwelt
past participle: dwelled or dwelt