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The Return of the King
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as in: a modest dwelling Define
a house or shelter in which someone lives
  • they established their dwellings in Middle-earth
  • For this House has become to me of all dwellings the most blessed.

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  • And all the lands that you see, and those that lie round about them, shall be dwellings of Men.

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  • There is a second dwelling unit on the property.
  • We searched the entire valley and did not find her dwelling.

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as in: It dwells in the forest. Define
make one's home in; or to live in; or to stay (in a place)
  • let us dwell in fair Ithilien and there make a garden.

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  • The creature dwells in the forest.
  • There family has dwelled in that valley for ten generations.

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  • Were I to go where my heart dwells, far in the North I would now be wandering in the fair valley of Rivendell.
  • But only evil wights dwell there now, and I will not willingly tell more of them.

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  • He can perceive, if he bends his will thither, much of what is passing in the minds of men, even of those that dwell far off.
  • There dwelt a hardy folk between the mountains and the sea.
  • Yet we won it back in the days of the youth of Denethor: not to dwell in, but to hold as an outpost, and to rebuild the bridge for the passage of our arms.
  • Yet it was in truth falling year by year into decay; and already it lacked half the men that could have dwelt at ease there.
  • We seldom name it; but we have dwelt ever in sight of that shadow: sometimes it seems fainter and more distant; sometimes nearer and darker.
  • Here are some of my own kin from the far land where I dwelt.
  • The vale was rich and many folk dwelt there.
  • But beyond, in the great fief of Belfalas, dwelt Prince Imrahil in his castle of Dol Amroth by the sea, and he was of high blood, and his folk also, tall men and proud with sea-grey eyes.

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  • Men that saw them whispered saying: ’Belike the old tales speak well; there is Elvish blood in the veins of that folk, for the people of Nimrodel dwelt in that land once long ago.’
  • None of the people of the valley dared to approach it, nor would they dwell near; for they said that it was a trysting-place of the Shadow-men, and there they would gather in times of fear, thronging round the Stone and whispering.
  • Yet the herdsmen and husbandmen that dwelt there were not many, and the most part of the people of Gondor lived in the seven circles of the City, or in the high vales of the mountain-borders, in Lossarnach, or further south in fair Lebennin with its five swift streams.
  • There dwelt the few women that had been permitted to remain in Minas Tirith, since they were skilled in healing or in the service of the healers.
  • It was dark and lifeless; for the Orcs and lesser creatures of Mordor that had dwelt there had been destroyed in battle, and the Nazgul were abroad.
  • But they shall help to rebuild Isengard which they have wantonly destroyed, and that shall be Sauron’s, and there his lieutenant shall dwell: not Saruman, but one more worthy of trust.’
  • But against this Gandalf had spoken urgently, because of the evil that dwelt in the valley, where the minds of living men would turn to madness and horror, and because also of the news that Faramir had brought.
  • She rode with the king and was sorely hurt, and dwells now in my keeping.
  • Though here at journey’s end I lie in darkness buried deep, beyond all towers strong and high, beyond all mountains steep, above all shadows rides the Sun and Stars for ever dwell: I will not say the Day is done, nor bid the Stars farewell.
  • Sing and be glad, all ye children of the West, for your King shall come again, and he shall dwell among you all the days of your life.
  • Shall he be king and enter into the City and dwell there?
  • And Aragorn gave to Faramir Ithilien to be his princedom, and bade him dwell in the hills of Emyn Arnen within sight of the City.
  • And many folk used to dwell away north, a hundred miles or more from here, at the far end of the Greenway: on the North Downs or by Lake Evendim.
  • In those days the Companions of the Ring dwelt together in a fair house with Gandalf, and they went to and fro as they wished.
  • And not only in dealing with that, hoom, that accursed tree-slayer that dwelt here.
  • ’I observe, my good Fangorn,’ said Gandalf, ’that with great care you say dwelt, wasgrew.
  • Next day they went on into northern Dunland, where no men now dwelt, though it was a green and pleasant country.
  • For,’ said he, ’Minas Ithil in Morgul Vale shall be utterly destroyed, and though it may in time to come be made clean, no man may dwell there for many long years.
  • In every street they passed some great house or court over whose doors and arched gates were carved many fair letters of strange and ancient shapes: names Pippin guessed of great men and kindreds that had once dwelt there; and yet now they were silent, and no footsteps rang on their wide pavements, nor voice was heard in their halls, nor any face looked out from door or empty window.
  • Then all others that dwelt afar went back to their homes rejoicing; but in the City there was labour of many willing hands to rebuild and renew and to remove all the scars of war and the memory of the darkness.
  • : ’So it must be, for you are appointed to the White Company, the Guard of Faramir, Prince of Ithilien, and you shall be its captain and dwell in Emyn Arnen in honour and peace, and in the service of him for whom you risked all, to save him from death.’
  • And Faramir wondered at this, but he saw her seldom, being busy with many matters; and she dwelt still in the Houses of Healing and walked alone in the garden, and her face grew pale again, and it seemed that in all the City she only was ailing and sorrowful.
  • _ And as if in answer, from down below, coming up the road out of the valley, voices sang: _A! Elbereth Gilthoniel! silivren penna mariel o menel aglar elenath, Gilthoniel, A! Elbereth! We still remember, we who dwell In this far land beneath the trees The starlight on the Western Seas.

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as in: Don't dwell on it. Define
to think, communicate, or let attention stay on (or return to) something for a prolonged period
as in: It dwells in the forest. Define
make one's home in; or to live in; or to stay (in a place)
as in: a modest dwelling Define
a house or shelter in which someone lives
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