verb (used with object), in·dwelt, in·dwell·ing.
verb (used without object), in·dwelt, in·dwell·ing.
- indwelling catheter,
- indy 500,
- indy car racing
Origin of indwell
Examples from the Web for indwelling
What abundance of grace is received with His indwelling presence!Our Day|W. A. Spicer
Such objects are only the outward manifestations of an indwelling spirit, and therefore worthy of his veneration.History of the Intellectual Development of Europe, Volume I (of 2)|John William Draper
In other cases an indwelling supernatural being is assumed, as, for example, in minerals whose shape and color are remarkable.Introduction to the History of Religions|Crawford Howell Toy
We have seen the faces of some saints that verily shone with the brightness of the indwelling Christ within.The Palm Tree Blessing|W. E. Shepard
So, when the sound ceases to vibrate upon the air, the heart's indwelling sorrow is felt with renewed bitterness.'The Consolation of Philosophy|Boethius