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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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In the course of an address upon the progress of the work of the University, he dwelt upon the circumstances that the crux of their present situation was finance.
He then moved further and dwelt upon the need for dialogue among different cultures, and therefore among the different religions which have formed these cultures.
Ninety-nine per cent of the species that have ever dwelt upon this Earth are now extinct.
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That it should only happen now should not be dwelt upon.
From these sources, the authors tell us, they culled factual details of the region's settlement history as well as "what the writers emphasized, repeated, rationalized, glossed over, or obsessively dwelt upon." (p.
Every feature has to be dwelt upon and yearned over.
He dwelt upon his lifelong associations with Ghani Khan and answered various questions raised by the participants.
He also dwelt upon the commonalities in the poetry of Khusrow and Allama Iqbal and said both derived inspiration from the Holy Quran.
Speaking at the occasion, Dikshit welcomed all the representatives of the Basin States and dwelt upon issues of common interest regarding Water Conservation and Management of Water Resources.
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I have dwelt upon this in order to get at what exactly it is that we are trying to teach our children and what we actually are teaching them about our Catholic faith.
The theme of the conference, 'Securing an ever-evolving world', dwelt upon protection of labour rights while developing infrastructure in a rapidly growing economy.