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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)

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exist or be situated within

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come back to

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He gave a rip-roaring speech that dwelled upon economic injustice, and, while echoing many of Kerry's basic policy positions, he made them sound pugnacious and daring.
Will Greenwood described the wins over New Zealand and Australia as "fantastic" and added: "It's an achievement that in the short-term should be dwelled upon, enjoyed and celebrated.
Gone is that curious mysticism of the seventies that dwelled upon some imaginary golden age of matriarchy, where under women's power there would be no hierarchy, no war, no ambition.
Waid went on to say, "another major area we dwelled upon is all the consumer trials that are going on.
Momani dwelled upon the role played by the JPA defending freedom of press and promoting a press code of ethics.