Definition of lake-dweller in English:

lake-dweller

noun

  • See lake dwelling

    • ‘Barley's tolerance of many soils and climates has given it wide geographical spread; hence it was a breadcorn of ancient Egypt and Greece, as well as of the lake-dwellers of Glastonbury in Iron Age Britain.’
    • ‘Many of the yards sport gouges about three feet wide, as if an enormous lake-dweller had surfaced and taken a bite out of the lawn.’

Pronunciation

lake-dweller

/ˈleɪkˌdwɛlə/