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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The place is run by Nurse Jean Thomas (Jodie Foster), a cantankerous, no-nonsense type who patches up the lawless denizens of her makeshift facility—as long as their membership dues are paid in full.
Nemens lives in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and is not a denizen of the New York literary world as it is traditionally construed.
If Facebook was guilty of bias in 2016, the thinking goes, so are denizens of every significant tech campus in Sunnyvale and Cupertino.
For many Hartford denizens, the planters will offer their first glimpse at a vegetable’s journey from seed to stalk to table, said Louisa Barton-Duguay, who takes classes at Charter Oak.
This episode committedly riffed on that idea as the Ghost Nation fashioned stories about the underworld, its denizens, and the promised land beyond their own.
Vampyr is the rare game that encouraged me not to kill its virtual denizens.
With a hesitant blessing (the former owners did not want to sell) and box of original jazz recordings, Club Waziema opened in 1999, serving as one the few very bars for Divis denizens.
Her dream of a supportive lover sets her apart from her fellow denizens of Covent Garden, where the cycle of poverty is inextricable from the cycle of abuse.
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Origin and Etymology of denizen
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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