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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reside.

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Examples

  • Underneath my skin resided a solitary soul who could turn on and off her brightness when need be.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • Underneath my skin resided a solitary soul who could turn on and off her brightness when need be.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • Underneath my skin resided a solitary soul who could turn on and off her brightness when need be.

    bougeotte - French Word-A-Day

  • Until recently, the Obama Web site allowed a contributor to select the country where he resided from the entire membership of the United Nations, including such friendly places as North Korea and the Islamic Republic of Iran.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • Herein resided the stem-winding, therapeutic logic of the year-long national "conversation on race"; the periodic presidential apologies for world-historic wrongs which were usually strategic evasions of actual legislative responsibility; and the fussy feel-good conferences on teen violence and the media.

    The Feel Good Presidency

  • Herein resided the stem-winding, therapeutic logic of the year-long national "conversation on race"; the periodic presidential apologies for world-historic wrongs which were usually strategic evasions of actual legislative responsibility; and the fussy feel-good conferences on teen violence and the media.

    The Feel Good Presidency

  • Herein resided the stem-winding, therapeutic logic of the year-long national "conversation on race"; the periodic presidential apologies for world-historic wrongs which were usually strategic evasions of actual legislative responsibility; and the fussy feel-good conferences on teen violence and the media.

    The Feel Good Presidency

  • Herein resided the stem-winding, therapeutic logic of the year-long national "conversation on race"; the periodic presidential apologies for world-historic wrongs which were usually strategic evasions of actual legislative responsibility; and the fussy feel-good conferences on teen violence and the media.

    The Feel Good Presidency

  • Herein resided the stem-winding, therapeutic logic of the year-long national "conversation on race"; the periodic presidential apologies for world-historic wrongs which were usually strategic evasions of actual legislative responsibility; and the fussy feel-good conferences on teen violence and the media.

    The Feel Good Presidency

  • Herein resided the stem-winding, therapeutic logic of the year-long national "conversation on race"; the periodic presidential apologies for world-historic wrongs which were usually strategic evasions of actual legislative responsibility; and the fussy feel-good conferences on teen violence and the media.

    The Feel Good Presidency

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