Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [dw'ɛlt]
Like a star that dwelt apart
Sydney dwelt with reluctant attention on the latter half of it.
With this baron dwelt his daughter, a passing fair and gracious damsel.
Then this lord asked him what he hight, and from whence he came, and with whom he dwelt.
I soon reached the little town where the maiden dwelt; but there fresh difficulties awaited me.
Across Lethe stretched the Elysian Fields where the shades of the blest dwelt in bliss without alloy.
For they dwelt not gathered together in one city, but scattered over the land, parted into three tribes.
Here, she knew, dwelt the executioner; and she tapped with her fingers at the window, and said, "Come out!
The rest have disappeared, either from the regions in which their fathers dwelt, or altogether from the earth.
In the forests far north of Three Rivers dwelt the tribe called the Atticamegues, or Nation of the White Fish.