- They had reached, she felt, a sunny island where peace dwelt, sanity reigned and the sun for ever shone, the blessed island of good boots.3 — The Lighthouse (14% in)
- Who shall blame him, if, so standing for a moment he dwells upon fame, upon search parties, upon cairns raised by grateful followers over his bones?1 — The Window (27% in)
- And to which did she yield, she thought, sitting between them, gazing at the shore whose points were all unknown to her, and thinking how the lawn and the terrace and the house were smoothed away now and peace dwelt there.3 — The Lighthouse (37% in)
There are no more uses of "dwell" in To the Lighthouse.
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