Example sentences for: denizen

How can you use “denizen” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • A snooty Brit may staunchly declare, “I am an Englishman,” where a more modest denizen of England would be more likely say, “I'm English,” employing the adjective rather than the noun.

  • As Hannah, who grows from spiky prole to uneasy denizen of the middle class, she's the sort of woman who's underrepresented in movies: smart and aggressive and desperately unhappy about the random injustices of her upbringing.

  • But the bear has long ceased to be a wild denizen of Britain, so the British prefer to express the platitude that one should not promise something one may not be able to come up with.

  • Currently, however, many a denizen of the United States regards light (also spelled lite ) as a label that indicates that a beer is lower in calories than its nonlight counterparts.


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