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denizen

1. Brit an individual permanently resident in a foreign country where he enjoys certain rights of citizenship
2. Biology a plant or animal established in a place to which it is not native

denizen

An inhabitant of a particular place. A "denizen of the Internet" is a person who frequently uses the Web or other Internet facilities.
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For what sinister purpose could this savage enemy be protecting her from the other denizens of his cruel jungle?
"What's your pleasure, gentlemen?" replied the peasant, with a purity of accent peculiar to the people of that district and which might have put to shame the cultured denizens of the Sorbonne and the Rue de l'Universite.
The fear and restraint which brooded amongst the denizens of the air began to affect all life.
The denizens were all enjoying the usual afternoon nap of an hour or so which the exceedingly early hours kept in summer-time rendered a necessity.
The common rabble of dusky denizens united their howlings with the uproar of the court, repeating their gesticulations like so many monkeys, and thereby producing a single and instantaneous movement of ten thousand arms at one time.
With a bound he cleared the intervening bush--there was a splash as the water closed about him--and then, with powerful strokes, he swam out into the impenetrable night with no guide save the memory of an illusive cry, and for company the hideous denizens of an equatorial river.
Please do research on him and give him your support in his campaign against this well-funded denizen of the Swamp.
Denizen has unveiled the first true global, borderless account for expat banking which allows customers to receive money in one country and pay it out in another immediately, avoiding international transfer fees and eliminating currency exchange fees, the company said.
Global Banking News-March 28, 2018--Spain's BBVA rolls out new borderless account Denizen
This sequel to Knights of the Borrowed Dark (Penguin Random House, 2016) takes place a few months after the events of the first novel, and continues the story of Denizen Hardwick, his friends, and the Knights.
Denizen Hardwick is a 13 year old orphan who has spent most of his life living in an orphanage on the remote west coast of Ireland until, one dark night, a car arrives to take him to meet his long-lost aunt.
Just barely out of the womb, boutique TV promo agency Denizen landed one of the hottest new shows, AMC's "Better Call Saul," and crafted a trailer that blew up the already buzzy property.