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in·dwell

 (ĭn-dwĕl′)
v. in·dwelt (-dwĕlt′), in·dwell·ing, in·dwells
v.intr.
1. To exist as an animating or divine inner spirit, force, or principle.
2. To be located or implanted inside something.
v.tr.
To inhabit or reside within as such a spirit, force, or principle.

in′dwell′er n.
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indwell

(ɪnˈdwɛl)
vb, -dwells, -dwelling or -dwelt
1. (tr) (of a spirit, principle, etc) to inhabit; suffuse
2. (intr) to dwell; exist
inˈdweller n
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in•dwell

(ɪnˈdwɛl)

v. -dwelt, -dwell•ing. v.t.
1. to exist in as a moral principle or motivating force.
v.i.
2. to abide within, as a guiding force, motivating principle, etc. (usu. fol. by in): a divine spirit indwelling in nature.
[1350–1400]
in′dwell`er, n.
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indwell


Past participle: indwelt
Gerund: indwelling

Imperative
indwell
indwell
Present
I indwell
you indwell
he/she/it indwells
we indwell
you indwell
they indwell
Preterite
I indwelt
you indwelt
he/she/it indwelt
we indwelt
you indwelt
they indwelt
Present Continuous
I am indwelling
you are indwelling
he/she/it is indwelling
we are indwelling
you are indwelling
they are indwelling
Present Perfect
I have indwelt
you have indwelt
he/she/it has indwelt
we have indwelt
you have indwelt
they have indwelt
Past Continuous
I was indwelling
you were indwelling
he/she/it was indwelling
we were indwelling
you were indwelling
they were indwelling
Past Perfect
I had indwelt
you had indwelt
he/she/it had indwelt
we had indwelt
you had indwelt
they had indwelt
Future
I will indwell
you will indwell
he/she/it will indwell
we will indwell
you will indwell
they will indwell
Future Perfect
I will have indwelt
you will have indwelt
he/she/it will have indwelt
we will have indwelt
you will have indwelt
they will have indwelt
Future Continuous
I will be indwelling
you will be indwelling
he/she/it will be indwelling
we will be indwelling
you will be indwelling
they will be indwelling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been indwelling
you have been indwelling
he/she/it has been indwelling
we have been indwelling
you have been indwelling
they have been indwelling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been indwelling
you will have been indwelling
he/she/it will have been indwelling
we will have been indwelling
you will have been indwelling
they will have been indwelling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been indwelling
you had been indwelling
he/she/it had been indwelling
we had been indwelling
you had been indwelling
they had been indwelling
Conditional
I would indwell
you would indwell
he/she/it would indwell
we would indwell
you would indwell
they would indwell
Past Conditional
I would have indwelt
you would have indwelt
he/she/it would have indwelt
we would have indwelt
you would have indwelt
they would have indwelt
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.indwell - to exist as an inner activating spirit, force, or principle
exist, be - have an existence, be extant; "Is there a God?"
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