English words and Examples of Usage

use "resident" in a sentence

Jihad is a lawful permanent resident of the U.S. with a green card.

One county resident says it's some of the worst flooding he's seen.

It takes away from the costume, the 25-year-old city resident said.

It's just really fun, said Boise resident Elizabeth Rincon."

Senior Resident Magistrate Judith Pusey had some advice for Shirley.

It will be like Apocalypse Now, one Hamptons resident told the Post.

For the record, the Cape Cod resident says he doesn't hate children.

But the resident didn't necessarily contract the disease in Michigan.

Here’s the latest suggestion from our resident expert, Geoff Rambler.

We're living a life of terror," said Ahmed Fawaz, a resident of Sanaa.

People are scared, Naima Smith, a South L.A. resident, told the Times.

Resident Magistrate Armstrong reprimanded him before he was sentenced.

The Coombe Road resident said: “This is not affecting their education.

And we presently have a 23-year-old Charlottetown resident in custody."

Police located the resident, Jennifer Snuggerud, a short distance away.

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