• WordNet 3.6
    • n indweller a person who inhabits a particular place
    • n indweller activation by an inner spirit or force or principle "the Holy Spirit is the indweller of the church and its members"
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Indweller An inhabitant.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n indweller One who dwells in a place; an inhabitant.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Indweller an inhabitant
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In literature:

Freedom is essential to the life of the indwelling spirit.
"For Every Music Lover" by Aubertine Woodward Moore
But without some indwelling principle of development and progress, how could the new wants arise?
"The Breath of Life" by John Burroughs
What abundance of grace is received with His indwelling presence!
"Our Day" by W. A. Spicer
Someone writing of him spoke of his abstracted and far-off mood, with his eyes indwelling in a rapture of hallowed thought.
"Hugh" by Arthur Christopher Benson
The next morning was gray and transparent: a hemisphere of mist filled with light; a world of vapor palpitating with some indwelling spirit.
"The Lady of Fort St. John" by Mary Hartwell Catherwood
Acquired characters are not inherited, but those organic changes which are the result of the indwelling impulse of development are inherited.
"The Last Harvest" by John Burroughs
Our work is for the home and its indwellers; for the home and the town.
"The Amateur Garden" by George W. Cable
Of course, at bottom the interest is always that of the indwelling idea.
"The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 13, No. 77, March, 1864" by Various
This root is the indwelling of God the Holy Ghost in the soul.
"General Gordon Saint and Soldier" by J. Wardle
The joy of realizing his Indwelling Presence.
"How I Know God Answers Prayer" by Rosalind Goforth

In poetry:

I MARKED her ruined hues,
Her custom-straitened views,
And asked, "Can there indwell
My Amabel?"
"Amabel" by Thomas Hardy
Let thy hue-winged lyrics hover like birds
Over the swirl of the heart's sea.
Touch into sight with thy fire-words
The blind indwelling deity.
"Musa Spiritus" by Aurobindo Ghose
Scarce to the all-indwelling Power
That vow was uttered, ere there came
A messenger in boyhood's flower,
Winged with his search, his face aflame.
"The Door Of Humility" by Alfred Austin
Meekness in suffering, patience excelling,
Bowed thee, unmurm’ring, beneath sorrow’s rod;
Spirit of purity ever indwelling
Made thee the Temple and Mother of God.
"Virgin Of Bethlehem" by Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
Thy holy ephod bound on me,
I pass into a seer;
For still in things thou mak'st me see,
The unseen grows more clear;
Still their indwelling Deity
Speaks plainer in mine ear.
"My Heart" by George MacDonald

In news:

Single-staged laryngotracheoplasty is an accepted alternative to indwelling stents for the correction of acquired and congenital subglottic stenosis.
Develop written guidelines for urinary catheterization , include indications for indwelling urinary catheterization , and ensure that catheter placement is limited to patients who meet indications.
Microbial colonization of Blom-Singer indwelling voice prostheses in laryngectomized patients: An Indian perspective.
But the belief that God inheres in life itself suggests Taylor's Hegelianism and the dialectical fantasy that an indwelling "spirit" governs the material world.
Microbial colonization of Blom-Singer indwelling voice prostheses in laryngectomized patients: An Indian perspective.
Becoming an authentic Christian is a lifelong process called sanctification--a process in which a believer cooperates with the indwelling Holy Spirit to become more like Jesus.

In science:

The combined observed effect is that the energy tends to increase with fatigue for sEMG, but to decrease for EMG measured with indwelling electrodes.
Review of Nonlinear Methods and Modelling
For indwelling electrodes the bandwidth is much larger and there is no similar effect of a "shadowed energy coming into light".
Review of Nonlinear Methods and Modelling