indwell[in′dwel′, in dwel′]
indwell definition by Webster's New World
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- indweller noun
indwell definition by American Heritage Dictionary
verb in·dwelt , in·dwell·ing, in·dwells verb, intransitive
- To exist as an animating or divine inner spirit, force, or principle.
- To be located or implanted inside something.
To inhabit or reside within as such a spirit, force, or principle.
- inˈdwellˌer noun