Res`i*den"tia*ry [LL. residentiaris.]

Having residence; as, a canon residentary; a residentiary guardian.

Dr. H. More.

 

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Res`i*den"tia*ry, n.

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; inhabiter; dweller; sojourner.

 

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