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Synonyms for dwell

dwell on or upon something

Synonyms

  • go on about
  • emphasize
  • elaborate on
  • linger over
  • harp on about
  • be engrossed in
  • expatiate on
  • continue to think about
  • tarry over

Synonyms for dwell

to have as one's domicile, usually for an extended period

to have an inherent basis

to focus the attention on something moodily and at length

Synonyms for dwell

think moodily or anxiously about something

originate (in)

Related Words

exist or be situated within

Synonyms

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come back to

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Many was the Robson rant at Press men who dared dwell upon the glaring match-day mistakes of Bramble which so alienated him from the Toon Army.
It was just to the relief of the travelling Albions fans that they did not also have a first-leg deficit to dwell upon after Mike Newell missed the best chance of the match for Wigan.
Aqrabawi's speech will also dwell upon Jordan's efforts to maintain Muslim and Christian shrines in Jerusalem, preserve their identity and support the steadfastness of the devout in the holy city of Jerusalem.
While many "New World Order" conspiracists dwell upon the old systems of money and power, the book "New World Order of One" concentrates on the truths contained within the visions of the prophets when this era of war, deception and greed is cast aside for the coming era of peace, truth and altruistic loving kindness.
For her, any childhood stuff she's going to dwell upon would be Luca's, her son.
Arabella said: "In a world where photographic images of war are available at the touch of a button, I have turned to the quieter and more deliberate medium of paint to bring our focus back to the individual lives, to dwell upon the hidden human stories of courage, sacrifice and tribulation that are found in the shadows.
Viva Bandolera is the sixth album of "Texas border rock" superstar Patricia Vonne, compiling songs from her previous five albums that dwell upon and celebrate her life experience as a proud "Tejana"--a Texan of Latino heritage.
As Egyptians mourn the departure of one of their most loved and talented movie stars, many will dwell upon what has become almost a national pastime, nostalgia for what is known as la belle epoch of Egyptian culture.
Everything is going to be so harmonious and pleasing in this respect that the effect of the Exposition as a whole will leave a memory which will be delightful to dwell upon in years to come.
Skin Deep is a book that does not attempt to categorize every known cutaneous affliction, although it does dwell upon the psychological link to common skin disorders.
problems to dwell upon, but I shall again attempt to write
Morawska does not dwell upon perhaps one of the most important differences - the utter minority position of Jews in Johnstown - although she does note the collapse of Jewish sabbath observance, a key marker of Jewish separateness in the shtetl that was accepted by the majority non-Jewish population.
My life has been forever changed in ways I described in detail on my Initial Victim Impact Statement, which I do not wish to dwell upon and repeat today.
Also should you lose you have too long to dwell upon it.
I don't think I dwell upon it in everyday life but, when I was doing the project, you start thinking about it.