A past tense and a past participle of dwell.(verb)
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Use "dwelt" in a sentence
""Not far from where my father lives, _a lady_, a neighbour by, blest with as great a _beauty_ as nature durst bestow without _undoing_, dwelt, and most happily, as I thought then, and blest the house a thousand times she _dwelt in_."
"The word, "dwelt," is consistent with any indefinite length of time."
"Ispahán, a city hight the Green City, wherein dwelt a King named"