think moodily or anxiously about something
dwell, consist, lie, lie in(verb)
"The problems dwell in the social injustices in this country"
populate, dwell, live, inhabit(verb)
inhabit or live in; be an inhabitant of
"People lived in Africa millions of years ago"; "The people inhabited the islands that are now deserted"; "this kind of fish dwells near the bottom of the ocean"; "deer are populating the woods"
exist or be situated within
"Strange notions inhabited her mind"
come back to
"Don't dwell on the past"; "She is always harping on the same old things"
A period of time in which a system or component remains in a given state.
A brief pause in the motion of part of a mechanism to allow an operation to be completed.
A planned delay in a timed control program.
In a petrol engine, the period of time the ignition points are closed to let current flow through the ignition coil in between each spark. This is measured as an angle in degrees around the camshaft in the distributor which controls the points, for example in a 4-cylinder engine it might be 55° (spark at 90° intervals, points closed for 55° between each).
To live; to reside.
To linger (on) a particular thought, idea etc.; to remain fixated (on).
To be in a given state.
to delay; to linger
to abide; to remain; to continue
to abide as a permanent resident, or for a time; to live in a place; to reside
Dwell is an American magazine devoted to modern architecture and design. It was launched in September 2000 by mail-order heiress Lara Hedberg Deam with architecture and design critic Karrie Jacobs as its editor-in-chief. In August 2002 Jacobs left the magazine and was replaced by senior editor Allison Arieff. Arieff subsequently resigned in August 2006, citing a "fundamental change in the magazine's mission and philosophy" as her reason for leaving. Dwell is published 10 times a year by Dwell Media, LLC. The current subscription is priced at $19.95 a year. According to the Audit Bureau of Circulations, by the close of 2005 the magazine's circulation exceeded 260,000, a 25.5 percent increase over 2004. Recently, president and publisher Michela O’Connor Abrams has attempted to capitalize on the magazine’s success by introducing a number of branded spin-offs, including a limited edition minimalist athletic sneaker designed by Medium Design Group and a weekly TV series on the Fine Living cable network. Dwell LLC also publishes a popular design website dwell.com and produces an annual design conference and exhibition called Dwell on Design. Approximately 50% of the pages in a typical issue of Dwell are used for advertising.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
dwel, v.i. to abide in a place: to remain: to rest the attention: to continue long.—v.t. (Milt.) to inhabit, to place:—pr.p. dwell′ing; pa.t. and pa.p. dwelled or dwelt.—ns. Dwell′er; Dwell′ing, the place where one dwells: habitation: continuance; Dwell′ing-house, a house used as a dwelling, in distinction from a place of business or other building; Dwell′ing-place, a place of residence. [A.S. dwellan, to cause to wander, to delay, from dwal or dol, the original of Eng. dull.]
The numerical value of dwell in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of dwell in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Examples of dwell in a Sentence
With age come the inner, the higher life. Who would be forever young, to dwell always in externals
I think we should not dwell on this element of destruction. It is about being effective in fighting these mafias.
I dwell in possibility...
It is the mark of a mean, vulgar and ignoble spirit to dwell on the thought of food before meal times or worse to dwell on it afterwards, to discuss it and wallow in the remembered pleasures of every mouthful. Those whose minds dwell before dinner on the spit, and after on the dishes, are fit only to be scullions.
Good lovers understand each other;Better lovers respect each other;Best lovers live to trust each other; Great lovers dwell in each other.
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- пражыва́ць, пражывацьBelarusian
- живе́я, обита́вамBulgarian
- leben, verbleiben, wohnenGerman
- morar, habitar, permanenciaSpanish
- oleskella, asustaa, asuaFinnish
- résider, habiterFrench
- cónaigh, cónaíIrish
- còmhnaichScottish Gaelic
- diam, tinggalIndonesian
- 住む, 居住Japanese
- 살다, 거주하다Korean
- mist, dzīvot, gremdētiesLatvian
- noho, raurohaMāori
- rondhangen, verblijvenDutch
- zamieszkiwać, mieszkaćPolish
- habitar, morar, viverPortuguese
- жить, прожива́ть, обита́тьRussian
- bo, levaSwedish
- eğleşmek, kalmak, oturmak, ikamet etmekTurkish
- ме́шкати, жи́ти, прожива́тиUkrainian
- lodjî, dimorer, dimaniWalloon
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