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dweller

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdwellerdwel‧ler /ˈdwelə $ -ər/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 city/town/cave etc dweller
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dwellerBartlett drew from the old-fashioned uniforms of the virile football player and the preening perfection of the city dweller.It's just hard for your Earth dwellers to conjure these all out of a hat in the midst of frustration.Slum dwellers would filter through into better stock, or be rehoused by local authorities in new estates.Similarly, an amendment carried in November 1917 did much to nullify the reduction of plural voting rights for town dwellers.Furthermore, the causes of fuelwood scarcity must seem remote and diffuse to the average urban dweller.Census takers historically have undercounted urban dwellers, particularly blacks and ethnic minorities, they argued.Urban dwellers might find that the bright city lights will wash out the faintly glowing comet tail.
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