Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An indweller, or anything indwelling; an inhabitant or occupant; in the extract, the active forces of nature.
- n. An indweller, or anything indwelling; inhabitant; occupant.
- n. obsolete The active forces of nature.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. obsolete An inhabitant.
- From inhold + -er. (Wiktionary)
“There is also a private residence on inholder property in Pine Valley.”
“In the beginning, as the largest in the township, his house had probably served as stopping-place for all travellers, where they were entertained merely as a matter of courtesy, though an “inholder” or”
“Of those terms which are obvious examples of old words given new meanings, we find the following: backset, foreset, foresaye, inholder, plainmeaning, yeasaye, and storehouse.”
“Besides, he'd wanted to get another look at the area to the northeast of Iron Stem, the area patrolled by the company " partly in response to inholder complaints about sandwolves.”
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