Lei Huazhen is a handsome woman and unusually tall for an inhabitant of Sichuan.
Page 345An inhabitant of Dresden had a poodle that he was fond of, and had always treated kindly.
It was part of his work to know, at least by sight, every inhabitant of his district.
Meanwhile there were no signs of an inhabitant, either in the house or out of it.
This letter relates to the inhabitant of Devil's Cliff; is this not true, baron?
When in the gloomy twilight I threw it over my shoulders no inhabitant of this island had courage to withstand its sight.
Place and inhabitant; as, 'What land is so barbarous as to allow this injustice?'
This singular bird is an inhabitant of the distant interior, and was seen on several occasions, but invariably near hills.
An inhabitant of Voinsles, named Cartier, suffered the same fate.
If the inhabitant of the Black River had refused you the pardon of his slave, I would have fought with him.'
early 15c., from Anglo-French inhabitant, from Latin inhabitantem (nominative inhabitans), present participle of inhabitare (see inhabit). Related: Inhabitants. As an adjective, also from early 15c.