Origin of denizen
OTHER WORDS FROM denizenden·i·za·tion, den·i·zen·a·tion, nounden·i·zen·ship, nounun·den·i·zened, adjective
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How to use denizen in a sentence
There were still many moments when I felt dumbfounded by the intensity of the denizens of this foreign world.I Went to the Westminster Dog Show and All I Got Was This Lousy Positive View of Humanity|Elijah Wolfson|June 14, 2021|Time
Instead it can be added to any personal or public Discord and be played by the denizens of that channel.On Discord, bots find a foothold as mini indie success stories|Luke Winkie|March 25, 2021|Washington Post
Each colony turned out to have its own unique vocal signature, much like the denizens of a human city might have a peculiar manner of speaking.Like humans, naked mole-rats have regional accents|Rahul Rao|February 25, 2021|Popular-Science
A few hundred of them appear to be permanent denizens of the disk.
It will be a year of reckoning for denizens of the tech industry as their unchecked behavior catches up with them.Crystal Ball 2021: Predictions for the economy, politics, technology, and more|lbelanger225|December 1, 2020|Fortune
How lovely, than, that one Internet denizen took the time to help these forgotten statesmen find sexual satiation…with each other!
When Kemal, a wealthy denizen of Istanbul, meets Fusun, a beautiful shop girl and distant cousin, the two begin a torrid affair.
It's a small, exclusive French brand that was once only the denizen of select fashionistas.
It embellishes the denizen of the city, and hides the nakedness of barbarism.The Right of American Slavery|True Worthy Hoit
It was strange indeed to meet a living denizen of a world that seemed to her impossible except in books.Duffels|Edward Eggleston
The elephant is the denizen of the forests where, in a succeeding chapter, we shall encounter both him and the rhinoceros.The Desert World|Arthur Mangin
The solitary denizen of the plains—the little minivet (Pericrocotus peregrinus)—is the least resplendent of them all.A Bird Calendar for Northern India|Douglas Dewar
Sometimes this throat uttered Yes, sometimes it uttered No; sometimes it made inquiries about a time worn denizen of the place.Return of the Native|Thomas Hardy