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- an inhabitant of a place; one who dwells in
the giant squid is one of many denizens of the deep
- one who frequents a place
the denizens of that pub are of the roughest sort
- (British) a citizen naturalized through letters patent
though born in Iceland, he became a denizen of Britain after leaving Oxford
- (biology) local flora and fauna
the bald eagle is a denizen of the northern part of the state
- (British) to grant rights of citizenship to; to naturalize
he was denizened to Ireland after fleeing his home country
- The Nuttall Encyclopedia
Den"i*zen (d&ebreve;n"&ibreve;*z'n), n.
[OF. denzein, deinzein, prop., one living (a city or
country); opposed to forain foreign, and fr. denz
within, F. dans, fr. L. de intus, prop., from within,
intus being from in in. See In, and cf.
Foreign.] 1. A dweller; an
inhabitant. "Denizens of air." Pope.
Denizens of their own free, independent
state. Sir W. Scott.
2. One who is admitted by favor to all or a
part of the rights of citizenship, where he did not possess them by
birth; an adopted or naturalized citizen.
3. One admitted to residence in a foreign
Natives, or denizens, of blest abodes.
Den"i*zen, v. t. 1.
To constitute (one) a denizen; to admit to residence, with
certain rights and privileges.
As soon as denizened, they
2. To provide with denizens; to populate with
adopted or naturalized occupants.
There [islets] were at once denizened by
various weeds. J. D. Hooker.
- Webster's Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
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