[ verb ] (housing) make one's home or live in
"There are only 250,000 people in Iceland" "I live in a 200-year old house" "These people inhabited all the islands that are now deserted" "The plains are sparsely populated"
Used in print(Louis Zara, Dark Rider....)
So , walking in awe , he became familiar_with God , who resided chiefly in Drew_Centennial_Church with its high steeple and clock .(Marvin Schiller, "The Sheep's in the Meadow,"...)
But that year was different , for just as the city , in the form of my street clothes , had intruded upon my mountain nights , so an essential part of the summer gave promise of continuing into the fall : Jessica and I , about to be separated not by a mere footbridge or mess-hall kitchen but by the immense obstacle of residing in cruelly distant boroughs , had agreed to correspond .
My memory has catalogued for easy reference and withdrawal the image of her pink , scented stationery and the unsloped , almost printed configurations of her neat , studious handwriting with which she invited me to recall our summer , so many sentences beginning with `` Remember when '' ; and_others concerning camp friends who resided in her suburban neighborhood , and news of her commencing again her piano_lessons , her private_school , a visit to Boston to see her grandparents and an uncle who was a surgeon returned on furlough , wounded , from the war in Europe .
[ verb ] (housing) live (in a certain place)
Used in print(Robert Wallace, "This Is the Way It Came About"...)
Second , there were those ( Moise_Tshombe ) who favored near-Balkanization , a loose federalism having a central government of limited authority , with much power residing in the states .