How lovely, than, that one Internet denizen took the time to help these forgotten statesmen find sexual satiation…with each other!
It's a small, exclusive French brand that was once only the denizen of select fashionistas.
It looked not of earth, still less like a future denizen of heaven.
To the denizen of the air all, save the want of oxygen, might appear divine.
Week after week rolled on, and still did I find myself a denizen of George's Street.
How unlike the denizen of the desert, the voyageur of the prairie sea!
"Well, here's the flounder," announced Frank at last picking up a fine specimen of that denizen of the Gulf waters.
His range is extensive, but he is properly a denizen of the cold and snowy regions.
There is a figure of a turkey, a denizen of the factory grounds, modelled from life.
For every den had its denizen, and Diana roamed the earth once more.
early 15c., from Anglo-French deinzein, from deinz "within, inside," from Late Latin deintus, from de- "from" + intus "within" (see ento-). Historically, an alien admitted to certain rights of citizenship; a naturalized citizen.