from The Century Dictionary.
- noun An inhabitant.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun rare An inhabitant.
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- noun One who
inhabits; an inhabitant.
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Behold a bunch of ceramic bird sculptures by artist and designer and London inhabiter, Julia Bailey.
In respect of state and condition, Jesus Christ stands in a fivefold relation to this house, -- viz., 1st, As the owner; 2dly, The builder; 3dly, The watchman or keeper; 4thly, The inhabiter; 5thly, The avenger: each of which I shall unfold in order.
Whereby was it plainly given to be understood that the darkness of night obscured not Patrick, the son of life, the inhabiter of eternal brightness, while the night was to him the illumination of his joys, while he ascended unto the light without spot, the day without night, the sun without eclipse.
Whatever it is, it's surely better than the * years* that the US and the UK hold people for in places like Guantanamo and the black holes of Iraq and Afghanistan so by all means continue throwing stones, Mr. Glasshouse inhabiter.
"The _foundation_ of this temple may be laid in humility and contrition of spirit, wherein the inhabiter of eternity delighteth to dwell; we may refer the _porch_ to the mouth of a saint, wherein every holy Jacob erects the _pillars_ of God's praise, calling upon and blessing his name for received mercies; when songs of deliverance are uttered from the _doors_ of his lips.