Examples of denizen in a Sentence
one of those muscle-bound denizens of the gym
the polar bear is an iconic denizen of the snowy Arctic
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Denizens enjoy taking panoramic views of the 33139 from there.
My fishing partner for the day, Jason Houser of Toledo, Illinois, took the rod from Chisholm and was fast to a lively denizen of Green Bay.
That’s why denizens of Silicon Beach have been flocking to a local clinic that offers a radical alternative when standard treatments fall short.
Parking spots have become a status symbol among the city's richest denizens.
This downtown scene, by the way, consisted of a surprising variety of building types and textures along with tons of reflective window effects, dense foliage, and many denizens on the roads below.
But of course rural denizens will get federal dollars: There aren’t enough of them to ever make a rural road profitable as a toll road.
Some bought beer to lug home; other loyal denizens bellied up to the bar.
The denizens of 4chan, the popular (and often anonymous) Internet message board and community, were less refined but no less forceful in their analysis of May’s position.
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DENIZEN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of denizen for English Language Learners
: a person, animal, or plant that lives in or often is found in a particular place or region
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