dwell

From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdwelldwell /dwel/ ●○○ verb (past tense and past participle dwelt /dwelt/ or dwelled) [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] LIVE SOMEWHERE literary to live in a particular place They dwelt in the forest. dwell on/upon something→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
dwellThe Lord in his glory had actually come to dwell amongst his people.Each country has its own geography where the spirit dwells and where physical force can never conquer even an inch of ground.I am suspicious of gods who dwell benignly in heavens, immutable and supreme.A woodsman and his family dwelt in the middle of the forest.He had certainly never bothered to dwell much before on what the moon saw as it climbed.But in her writing and speeches Shaughnessy did not dwell on this problem; perhaps that was a necessary part of salesmanship.They force the reader to slow down, to dwell or brood on what is happening.
Origin dwell Old English dwellan