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289 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ɹ_ˈɛ_z_ɪ_d_ə_n_t], [ɹˈɛzɪdənt], [ɹˈɛzɪdənt]
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Synonyms for Resident:

inhabitant (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Resident:

  • resideded,
  • presidnent,
  • resistnat,
  • preasident,
  • priesdent,
  • presidend,
  • resient,
  • resondent,
  • presidient,
  • resturent,
  • resaraunt,
  • resdinet,
  • rescent,
  • recipent,
  • presidant,
  • assitent,
  • resterant,
  • restiuarnt,
  • reisistant,
  • repsodned,
  • asident,
  • residenatial,
  • presdient,
  • decident,
  • presudent,
  • restuarnt,
  • presadent,
  • prostent,
  • resutarnt,
  • prezident,
  • resdental,
  • presidsent,
  • restauant,
  • residen'ts,
  • restorent,
  • resraunt,
  • presudnet,
  • disident,
  • restront,
  • sidenote,
  • reciepent,
  • restaurnt,
  • residental,
  • residentcial,
  • residentcy,
  • resdent,
  • resadentual,
  • resindent,
  • reticient,
  • reassurment,
  • recient,
  • resturnat,
  • residentiall,
  • resonent,
  • resilliant,
  • resiment,
  • residencal,
  • presidnet,
  • recimend,
  • reastourent,
  • restaurnat,
  • reststant,
  • perisitent,
  • resillient,
  • resedents,
  • residentioal,
  • reistant,
  • ncident,
  • prestident,
  • residentual,
  • residenrt,
  • restauarnt,
  • rpesident,
  • preseident,
  • residient,
  • resilent,
  • prresident,
  • presdant,
  • restunat,
  • resistent,
  • restuarnat,
  • persident,
  • resraint,
  • raidant,
  • presdent,
  • prseident,
  • hesitent,
  • crestainity,
  • redudnat,
  • residet,
  • restaint,
  • presdident,
  • reselient,
  • residints,
  • presiudnet,
  • retecent,
  • prisident,
  • redisent,
  • sudent,
  • resutant,
  • recicent,
  • residentaul,
  • residentail,
  • reserdents,
  • recienty,
  • recipant,
  • reesidents,
  • residnets,
  • prisedent,
  • resilant,
  • restaurent,
  • restident,
  • resiidents,
  • restarent,
  • resillent,
  • presidenet,
  • retsuarnat,
  • resliant,
  • crestent,
  • resideny,
  • restant,
  • pressident,
  • prsident,
  • presidednt,
  • tsudent,
  • residintial,
  • presidint,
  • resedental,
  • prisadent,
  • presdeint,
  • reident,
  • resitant,
  • resdietn,
  • resdients,
  • reslient,
  • recipeant,
  • resisdent,
  • residenc,
  • residenct,
  • pesident,
  • raisedand,
  • respodents,
  • restaunt,
  • rezilent,
  • reseratunt,
  • presidenty,
  • assident,
  • respodent,
  • residenta,
  • decidant,
  • presiedent,
  • preisdent,
  • hessitent,
  • residients,
  • presideant,
  • resedensy,
  • pressadent,
  • repsondent,
  • resestant,
  • resipient,
  • presuident,
  • residentevil,
  • resisitant,
  • presicdent,
  • prosident,
  • restrront,
  • arrestent,
  • restistant,
  • resternaut,
  • resdiental,
  • presdint,
  • prestent,
  • reicent,
  • residentiol,
  • residensial,
  • reasutant,
  • reciptient,
  • residentally,
  • recipitent,
  • redudant,
  • residendtial,
  • presidente,
  • resisstent,
  • residants,
  • reisdent,
  • recipecant,
  • presiden't,
  • retiscent,
  • residene,
  • residnt,
  • prisdent,
  • reisitant,
  • rewardment,
  • respesent,
  • presitant,
  • preseidnet,
  • resdiential,
  • presiudent,
  • presiddent,
  • recdent,
  • restirant,
  • ressistant,
  • resteront,
  • reesidential,
  • hesident,
  • rececent,
  • reisitent,
  • receipent,
  • residensy,
  • estent,
  • resdient,
  • setient,
  • residens,
  • resedent,
  • reciptent,
  • restuant,
  • pricident,
  • presaident,
  • resadental,
  • residantial,
  • presidnt,
  • presidentof,
  • peresadent,
  • presidentl,
  • reduadant,
  • resdents,
  • residen,
  • resadents,
  • preesident,
  • resiliant,
  • restuarnst,
  • residense,
  • resdident,
  • resturnt,
  • preceident,
  • relutent,
  • recedpiant,
  • recidents,
  • reseidented,
  • residentiual,
  • persitent,
  • resultent,
  • pesadent,
  • residends,
  • esident,
  • restauaunt,
  • restante,
  • residiential,
  • presiident,
  • asideand,
  • respodned,
  • rsidential,
  • resideut,
  • reassigend,
  • residnetial,
  • resitents,
  • resdentail,
  • rsidents,
  • reisdents,
  • prescident,
  • residntial,
  • redidental,
  • resisent,
  • aesadint,
  • redident,
  • resdientail,
  • resillant,
  • ressilient,
  • perssitent,
  • resodent,
  • reassment,
  • recioient,
  • presdinet,
  • restarnt,
  • recident,
  • resistment,
  • desdent,
  • recedent,
  • priesident,
  • resedentual,
  • residentce,
  • resaurent,
  • ppresident,
  • redudent,
  • persitaint,
  • restserant,
  • prescedant,
  • residant,
  • desidned,
  • presidenct,
  • residend,
  • recistant,
  • resadent,
  • resendent,
  • residnet,
  • residentals,
  • resatuant,
  • residente,
  • resisant,
  • prescedent,
  • recitient,
  • thestudent,
  • prasedent,
  • peristent,
  • reasraant,
  • persdent,
  • reseident,
  • residentent,
  • remisicent,
  • reisidents,
  • rsident,
  • resdintal,
  • reseidential,
  • raident,
  • hesatent,
  • presidenst,
  • restent,
  • residentical,
  • restiant,
  • residdential,
  • resideing,
  • presitent,
  • restronat,
  • resitent,
  • resitiant,
  • recimmend,
  • persitant,
  • respent,
  • presodent,
  • residentil,
  • presiednt,
  • risistant,
  • residentila,
  • ressent,
  • residentiial,
  • opresident,
  • residenial,
  • preasedent,
  • residetnial,
  • resingned,
  • residenital,
  • residetn,
  • resterent,
  • ascident,
  • resaruant,
  • resileint,
  • risided,
  • residnts,
  • presadint,
  • resilinet,
  • isident,
  • horastment,
  • hesetent,
  • hesitenlty,
  • presidesnt,
  • presifdent,
  • reassement,
  • resint,
  • residentes,
  • residenty,
  • esdient,
  • rersident,
  • ressident,
  • recidental,
  • resedintual,
  • residentia,
  • residenttial,
  • residewntial,
  • ressidential,
  • rensidents,
  • resedants,
  • residdents,
  • residenst,
  • resident's,
  • residentas,
  • residernts,
  • resiednts,
  • resitanc,
  • resistamnt,
  • resistatnt,
  • restuante,
  • restaurnta,
  • restreraunt,
  • restuent.

Rhymes for Resident:

  1. president;
  2. nonresident;

Quotes for Resident:

  1. It is the purpose of the majority of the Immigration Committee to encourage assimilation, yet this bill has already done more than anything I know of to bring about discord among our resident aliens. Emanuel Celler.
  2. Becoming a resident of a state may confer the right to get a driver's license, but it does not and should not confer citizenship. Phyllis Schlafly.
  3. If you are a married man resident in Cuba, you cannot get a passport to go to the next town without your wife's permission in writing. Edward Burnett Tylor.

Adjectives for Resident:

  • intermediate surgical,
  • chief psychiatric,
  • surgical chief,
  • old, long-time,
  • all-time reluctant,
  • youngest and most glamorous,
  • ther unlucky,
  • present feline,
  • gastroenterological,
  • male hollow,
  • unselfish, helpful,
  • local,
  • appealing and photogenic,
  • intestinal bacterial,
  • busy senior,
  • new but ancient,
  • older present,
  • human agricultural,
  • urbane, sophisticated,
  • abundant and widespread,
  • maxillofacial,
  • single verdant,
  • old and very respectable,
  • young pakistani,
  • famous former,
  • semi-functional,
  • on-again off-again,
  • well-known and influential,
  • next imperial,
  • neat young,
  • almost lifelong,
  • wealthy jewish,
  • more functional,
  • sympathetic young,
  • chief medical,
  • off-again,
  • now-famous,
  • four-star,
  • sexy little,
  • photogenic,
  • inner-city,
  • same young,
  • pakistani,
  • high-profile,
  • seventeen-year-old,
  • prewar,
  • other local,
  • selfless,
  • bright young,
  • other new,
  • bacterial,
  • law-abiding,
  • algerian,
  • urbane,
  • destitute,
  • glamorous,
  • handsome young,
  • unselfish,
  • hannibal,
  • fictional,
  • considerate,
  • innocuous,
  • impoverished,
  • appealing,
  • twentieth-century,
  • thirteenth,
  • sentient,
  • feline,
  • incompetent,
  • astute,
  • red-haired,
  • strangest,
  • functional,
  • helpful,
  • lawful,
  • widespread,
  • rebellious,
  • desirable,
  • hapless,
  • reluctant,
  • commonplace,
  • soviet,
  • civilized,
  • luxurious,
  • gracious,
  • sleepy,
  • rugged,
  • random,
  • canadian,
  • automatic,
  • attractive,
  • jewish,
  • dense,
  • hollow,
  • unhappy,
  • top,
  • divine,
  • unknown,
  • unfortunate,
  • additional,
  • highest,
  • genuine,
  • silent,
  • royal,
  • final,
  • empty,
  • original,
  • high,
  • huge,
  • fine,
  • missionary or other,
  • such full-time,
  • wide-awake, intelligent,
  • powerful unofficial,
  • possibly rare,
  • african chief,
  • certain, well-known,
  • occasional or permanent,
  • common permanent,
  • chief civilian,
  • last and most precious,
  • sole foreign,
  • uncommon and local,
  • moral good,
  • oldest white,
  • permanent european,
  • rare local,
  • probable new,
  • tall, furry,
  • occasional belated,
  • able british,
  • white portuguese,
  • gifted literary,
  • former rich,
  • additional british,
  • wealthy local,
  • oldest native,
  • average foreign,
  • highly logical,
  • total female,
  • so-called permanent,
  • rather regular,
  • oldest british,
  • average local,
  • amiable and benevolent,
  • old and worthy,
  • permanent british,
  • young brazilian,
  • intelligent british,
  • certain portuguese,
  • danish royal,
  • other norwegian,
  • single stray,
  • numerous british,
  • inspector-general,
  • whole old,
  • tall, bony,
  • chinese political,
  • new permanent,
  • rich french,
  • occasional new,
  • other subsequent,
  • now sufficient,
  • land-owning,
  • solitary white,
  • infirm old,
  • important foreign,
  • single german,
  • good, reliable,
  • sufficiently long,
  • certain bright,
  • old conservative,
  • actual personal,
  • late, unlamented,
  • popular young,
  • deeply interested,
  • eight-year,
  • long-settled,
  • other former,
  • many irish,
  • rather common,
  • taxable,
  • last human,
  • far older,
  • deadpan,
  • least favorite,
  • supersensitive,
  • less permanent,
  • charming old,
  • more constant,
  • certain french,
  • three-month,
  • clever young,
  • certain well-known,
  • shrewd old,
  • more notable,
  • other male,
  • unencumbered,
  • few white,
  • unregistered,
  • native-born,
  • ten-year,
  • other military,
  • fondest,
  • uninvited,
  • neurological,
  • other foreign,
  • third-class,
  • fractious,
  • undergraduate,
  • wide-awake,
  • long-established,
  • farcical,
  • well-equipped,
  • small-town,
  • other old,
  • burgundian,
  • second-class,
  • meritorious,
  • gal,
  • rarer,
  • supercilious,
  • high-level,
  • tibetan,
  • honorary,
  • jaded,
  • olden,
  • truthful,
  • unmarked,
  • observant,
  • evangelical,
  • unnamed,
  • male and female,
  • plentiful,
  • objectionable,
  • polar,
  • tardy,
  • dark-haired,
  • humblest,
  • candid,
  • disinterested,
  • cultured,
  • aboriginal,
  • benign,
  • unofficial,
  • brazilian,
  • opulent,
  • rightful,
  • commonest,
  • geographical,
  • teutonic,
  • loveliest,
  • seasoned,
  • inquisitive,
  • athenian,
  • despairing,
  • deceased,
  • spectral,
  • confidential,
  • courteous,
  • charitable,
  • norwegian,
  • bony,
  • hungarian,
  • furry,
  • zealous,
  • scarce,
  • clerical,
  • neutral,
  • profitable,
  • benevolent,
  • squat,
  • interested,
  • galactic,
  • eccentric,
  • foremost,
  • several other,
  • hateful,
  • exclusive,
  • reliable,
  • logical,
  • provincial,
  • relative,
  • amiable,
  • sober,
  • enthusiastic,
  • joint,
  • stray,
  • coloured,
  • contemporary,
  • helpless,
  • worse,
  • venerable,
  • efficient,
  • african,
  • successive,
  • veritable,
  • characteristic,
  • obscure,
  • domestic,
  • unique,
  • subsequent,
  • scientific,
  • mild,
  • independent,
  • steady,
  • useful,
  • literary,
  • sufficient,
  • superior,
  • younger,
  • fourth,
  • evil,
  • elegant,
  • animal,
  • proud,
  • religious,
  • active,
  • considerable,
  • western,
  • finest,
  • honest,
  • precious,
  • brief,
  • happy,
  • nearest,
  • damned,
  • personal,
  • proper,
  • fresh,
  • terrible,
  • last,
  • least,
  • bright,
  • good,
  • black,
  • psychiatric and neurological,
  • first-year surgical,
  • worst junior,
  • other year-round,
  • youngest surgical,
  • slyly deadpan,
  • trustworthy neutral,
  • european, long,
  • prominent suburban,
  • neutral chief,
  • acceptable native-born,
  • religious, amiable and benevolent,
  • cuban long,
  • intelligent and long-time,
  • austrian, long,
  • respectfully profitable,
  • younger second-class,
  • previously french,
  • last conservative,
  • uncommon permanent,
  • male, long,
  • athenian but long,
  • truthful and respectable,
  • notable present,
  • influential alien,
  • characteristic and most interesting,
  • prominent and long,
  • common and numerous,
  • native and permanent,
  • wealthy and well-informed,
  • creative potential,
  • latest angry,
  • new but authentic,
  • abundant permanent,
  • prominent former,
  • ruddy, gruff,
  • senior surgical,
  • solitary european,
  • chief surgical,
  • young surgical,
  • intercensal,
  • superior general,
  • important old,
  • wealthy private,
  • single european,
  • taxpaying,
  • however long,
  • former british,
  • single female,
  • other permanent,
  • orthopedic,
  • third-year,
  • old european,
  • twenty-year,
  • highly intelligent,
  • other interesting,
  • bumbling,
  • almost constant,
  • more permanent,
  • philanthropic,
  • gruff,
  • unobtrusive,
  • well-to-do,
  • unwanted,
  • erstwhile,
  • marshal,
  • courageous,
  • belated,
  • enterprising,
  • ruddy,
  • authentic,
  • skilful,
  • illegal,
  • assorted,
  • unlucky,
  • evident,
  • sophisticated,
  • australian,
  • rural,
  • notable,
  • potential,
  • perpetual,
  • worthy,
  • obvious,
  • angry,
  • humble,
  • dangerous,
  • curious,
  • various,
  • once eminent,
  • rare and local,
  • peaceful german,
  • permanent white,
  • common local,
  • certain modest,
  • charming french,
  • mysterious new,
  • well-known local,
  • millionth,
  • comparatively recent,
  • public-spirited,
  • bilious,
  • english-speaking,
  • part-time,
  • talkative,
  • old french,
  • optimistic,
  • reputable,
  • undesirable,
  • hospitable,
  • obstinate,
  • conservative,
  • swiss,
  • civilian,
  • patriotic,
  • habitual,
  • elder,
  • loyal,
  • pious,
  • painful,
  • material,
  • modest,
  • definite,
  • wretched,
  • italian,
  • tall,
  • powerful,
  • bad,
  • new,
  • simple,
  • general,
  • old,
  • poor,
  • millionth new,
  • observant dutch,
  • same talkative,
  • somewhat wealthy,
  • oldest foreign,
  • oldest continuous,
  • second-year surgical,
  • indigenous human,
  • neurosurgical,
  • british political,
  • other white,
  • onetime,
  • third-rate,
  • blue and white,
  • verdant,
  • responsible,
  • sovereign,
  • lunar,
  • richest,
  • notorious,
  • eminent,
  • capital,
  • solitary,
  • favorite,
  • interesting,
  • national,
  • free,
  • normal,
  • excellent,
  • noble,
  • special,
  • blue,
  • best,
  • chinese imperial,
  • pediatric,
  • unwilling,
  • intermediate,
  • danish,
  • involuntary,
  • newest,
  • prosperous,
  • aristocratic,
  • hospital,
  • illustrious,
  • casual,
  • egyptian,
  • handsome,
  • numerous,
  • important,
  • grand,
  • ancient,
  • famous, influential,
  • legal, permanent,
  • first-year,
  • well-informed,
  • longest,
  • youngest,
  • diplomatic,
  • austrian,
  • generous,
  • more or less,
  • military,
  • secret,
  • strong,
  • true,
  • more,
  • young medical,
  • late and present,
  • veterinary,
  • irate,
  • urban,
  • transient,
  • subterranean,
  • polish,
  • lone,
  • continuous,
  • frequent,
  • principal,
  • rich,
  • entire,
  • junior veterinary,
  • buzanval, regular,
  • buzanval,
  • locally common,
  • long-time former,
  • second-year,
  • commercial,
  • official,
  • individual,
  • smaller,
  • less,
  • psychiatric,
  • old-time,
  • japanese,
  • latest,
  • typical,
  • family long,
  • formerly common,
  • prospective,
  • previous,
  • next,
  • mere,
  • whole,
  • certain,
  • full-time,
  • influential,
  • legitimate,
  • harmless,
  • recent,
  • mysterious,
  • wealthiest,
  • irish,
  • quiet,
  • occasional,
  • private,
  • taller,
  • voluntary,
  • popular,
  • total,
  • female,
  • year-round,
  • one-time,
  • long-term,
  • imperial,
  • average,
  • ordinary,
  • missionary,
  • native,
  • human,
  • medical,
  • suburban,
  • junior,
  • portuguese,
  • older,
  • famous,
  • rare,
  • single,
  • alien,
  • sole,
  • political,
  • actual,
  • male,
  • life-long,
  • late,
  • regular,
  • current,
  • competent,
  • respectable,
  • spanish,
  • german,
  • chinese,
  • senior,
  • intelligent,
  • long-time,
  • european,
  • legal,
  • fairly common,
  • longtime,
  • wealthy,
  • constant,
  • dutch,
  • surgical,
  • present,
  • lifelong,
  • prominent,
  • white,
  • well-known,
  • french,
  • uncommon,
  • temporary,
  • chief,
  • oldest,
  • abundant,
  • foreign,
  • local,
  • common,
  • former,
  • british,
  • permanent,
  • long.
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