} Meaning of DWELL in a Sentence - Words In Sentences

Meaning of DWELL in a Sentence

Definition: to focus moody thoughts on something

Part of Speech: Verb

Synonym(s): obsess, worry

Antonym(s): move on

Example Sentences:


1. Rather than dwell on our father’s passing, we should remember his wonderful years on this planet.


2. When I have bills to pay, how can I not dwell on my empty bank account?


3. Because Frank did not want Gail to dwell on the thought of their dead child, he rarely spoke about kids in her presence.

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