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Fireside Fire"side`, n.
A place near the fire or hearth; home; domestic life or
Foreside Fore"side, n.
1. The front side; the front; esp., a stretch of country
fronting the sea.
2. The outside or external covering. --Spenser.
Nonresidence Non*res"i*dence, n.
The state or condition of being nonresident, --Swift.
Nonresident Non*res"i*dent, n.
A nonresident person; one who does not reside in the State or
PresidencePresidence Pres"i*dence, n.
See Presidency. [Obs.]
President Pres"i*dent, n.
Precedent. [Obs.] --Bacon.
President Pres"i*dent, a.
Occupying the first rank or chief place; having the highest
authority; presiding. [R.]
His angels president In every province. --Milton.
Presidential Pres`i*den"tial, a.
1. Presiding or watching over. ``Presidential angels.'
2. Of or pertaining to a president; as, the presidential
chair; a presidential election.
Presidentship Pres"i*dent*ship, n.
The office and dignity of president; presidency. --Hooker.
Presider Pre*sid"er, n.
One who presides.
Residencia Re`si*den"cia, n. [Sp.]
In Spanish countries, a court or trial held, sometimes as
long as six months, by a newly elected official, as the
governor of a province, to examine into the conduct of a
ResidentResident Res"i*dent, n.
1. One who resides or dwells in a place for some time.
2. A diplomatic representative who resides at a foreign
court; -- a term usualy applied to ministers of a rank
inferrior to that of ambassadors. See the Note under
Residenter Res"i*dent*er (-$r), n.
A resident. [Obs. or Colloq.]
Residential Res`i*den""tial (-d?n"shal), a.
1. Of or pertaining to a residence or residents; as,
2. Residing; residentiary. [R.]
Residentiary Res`i*den"tia*ry (-d?n"sh?-r?; 277), a. [LL.
Having residence; as, a canon residentary; a residentiary
guardian. --Dr. H. More.
Residentiary Res`i*den"tia*ry, n.
1. One who is resident.
The residentiary, or the frequent visitor of the
favored spot, . . . will discover that both have
been there. --Coleridge.
2. An ecclesiastic who keeps a certain residence.
Syn: Inhabitant; inhabiter; dweller; sojourner.
Residentiaryship Res`i*den"tia*ry*ship, n.
The office or condition of a residentiary.
Residentship Res"i*dent*ship (r?z"?-dent-sh?p), n.
The office or condition of a resident.
Resider Re*sid"er (r?-z?d"?r), n.
One who resides in a place.
Meaning of Reside from wikipedia
- A residence
is a place
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