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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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As we are gathered here to dwell upon the passing of Vivian Statham, we must surely feel ourselves diminished.
Keckley tells readers that she does not "care to dwell upon this subject, for it is one that is fraught with pain.
"I don't think there will be any special topics in particular" to dwell upon at the Jan.
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.
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.
For the most part the essays are industry-wide surveys covering a lengthy period of time, giving the authors little space to dwell upon more specific aspects of business enterprise.
Meanwhile, Tripathy went on to dwell upon the laws to be made as part of the ISA.
There aren't too many people who go through their career without being left out of the team and it is important to not dwell upon this but to work at getting back into the team, he said.
But I don't think it is one he'll dwell upon too long.
THIS poem is also a hymn which can be sung to the tune Martyrdom, which begins: "To Calvary, Lord, in spirit now Our weary souls repair, To dwell upon Thy dying love, And taste its sweetness there."
SteveMcClaren got the nod ahead of the Irishman but O'Neill refuses to dwell upon the setback of missing out on the chance to succeed Sven Goran Eriksson and is focused on revitalising the fortunes of the 1982 European champions after being unveiled last week.
Under the Hove floodlights, and before the TV cameras, the Bears will emerge after three days to dwell upon the embarrassment of Scarborough.
An evening to dwell upon - as the best at Stratford always are, read with fluency and feeling by Alex Jennings, Sam Dastor, Sian Thomas (an especial bouquet here) and Emma Fielding.
A point all my recent correspondents, angered by the comparison a fortnight ago between the telly programme One Foot In The Grave and Old Trafford, might like to dwell upon for a moment.