Residentiary

Res`i·den'tia·ry adjective [ Late Latin residentiaris .] Having residence; as, a canon residentary ; a residentiary guardian. Dr. H. More.
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Residentiary

Res`i·den'tia·ry noun 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; inhabit
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Residentiary

• (a.) Having residence; as, a canon residentary; a residentiary guardian. • (n.) One who is resident. • (n.) An ecclesiastic who keeps a certain residence.
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