Dwell in a sentence as a verb

Try not to dwell too much on this and I'm sure you'll land on your feet.

Ever wondered why people dwell on buying a $3 app, but can impulse buy a phone for $300?

I've seen some parents freak out and dwell on the incident and go on and on while the child is sobbing.

She understands that all creative endeavor is holy, but she doesnt dwell on it.

Instead, recognize that thought is occurring, be aware of it, but don't dwell on it.

If you dwell in a medium, you tend to absorb it, and that's the only medium I dwelled in.

The article acknowledges this right up front, and then ignores that to dwell on the negatives.

The official docs are dry and dwell on technical matters rather than giving you some sense of the potential.

I know she has all this weird unresolved drama from the past, but I have a strict no drama allowed rule so I try not to dwell on it.

Notice that he doesn't dwell on his "qualifications" or his accolades, the letter is basically:1.

There are two possibilities: One is that there's more to life than the physical life, that our souls "will find an even higher place to dwell" when this life is over.

But what about the hundreds, thousands of routine cases that are treated by NHS with a protocol governed by cost limitations, limitations that will inevitably be imposed by the decision to give blue-chip treatment to the untreatable?These routine cases don't pull at the heart strings because it is the nature of the human mind not to realize/dwell on how an exam/procedure not scheduled two years ago is the main factor in the chronic disease one suffers today.

Rather than having the time to dwell on how awful life is and how worthless of a person I am, at worst I'll have thoughts like "****, now I have to go do this thing and I totally suck at it and everyone hates me" which isn't exactly a great thought but certainly beats being alone thinking of killing yourself and when I finally reach my destination and do whatever I need to do I've proven to myself that whatever I was thinking before was just plain wrong.

Dwell definitions


think moodily or anxiously about something

See also: brood


originate (in); "The problems dwell in the social injustices in this country"

See also: consist


inhabit or live in; be an inhabitant of; "People lived in Africa millions of years ago"; "The people inhabited the islands that are now deserted"; "this kind of fish dwells near the bottom of the ocean"; "deer are populating the woods"

See also: populate live inhabit


exist or be situated within; "Strange notions inhabited her mind"

See also: inhabit


come back to; "Don't dwell on the past"; "She is always harping on the same old things"

See also: harp