It's a small, exclusive French brand that was once only the denizen of select fashionistas.
How lovely, than, that one Internet denizen took the time to help these forgotten statesmen find sexual satiation…with each other!
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.