dwall

verb \ˈdwal\

Scottish variant of

  1. intransitive verb
  2. 1 :  to remain for a time dwell in the hallway

  3. 2a :  to live as a resident the town in which he dwelled for eight years the dwelling place of the godsb :  exist lie where the heart of the matter dwells

  4. 3a :  to keep the attention directed —used with on or upon tried not to dwell on my fearsb :  to speak or write insistently —used with on or upon reporters dwelling on the recent scandal

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