American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A place to live: found lodging near her new job.
- n. Sleeping accommodations. Often used in the plural: We found the lodgings on the tour rather primitive.
- n. Furnished rooms in another's house rented for accommodation.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A place of temporary residence; especially, a room or rooms hired for residence in the house of another: often used in this sense in the plural with a singular meaning. In Great Britain persons “in lodgings” are charged for rooms and attendance, and sometimes purchase their own provisions, but far more frequently are served by the landlady in their own rooms with provisions purchased and cooked on their order.
- n. Place of abode; harbor; cover.
- n. Place of rest.
- n. A place to live or lodge.
- n. sleeping accommodation.
- n. in the plural Furnished rooms in a house rented as accommodation.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The act of one who, or that which, lodges.
- n. A place of rest, or of temporary habitation; esp., a sleeping apartment; -- often in the plural with a singular meaning.
- n. Abiding place; harbor; cover.
- n. the state or quality of being lodged or fixed even temporarily
- n. the act of lodging
- n. structures collectively in which people are housed
“(Be aware that at Easter the city fills up and obtaining lodging is difficult, not to mention getting around.)”
“Exhibiting pride and independence, she refused a small sum of money that would have paid for short-term lodging.”
“His goal was clear: obtain lodging for himself and the child.”
“We may drive as far as Bacalar if time permits but we may also just use Xpujil or other places where lodging is available and visit various sites over several days from that base.”
“We don´t mind if lodging is "rustic" and had a lot of fun staying in rustic cabins run by indigenous folks when we visited Yaxchilán and Bonampak in the Lacandon Forest in Chiapas.”
“Baja Ferries have modern ships with restaurant, bar, and cabin lodging with private baths.”
“In U.S. labor camps -- where migrant agricultural workers can find seasonal or even long term lodging near ranches -- farm work is increasingly harder to come by.”
“The county said the district would reimburse it about half a million dollars for the charter plane and $97,000 in lodging expenses.”
“By the poem's end the narrator proclaims that the man giving lodging is "my friend" and the soldier”
“I know nothing about Creel but I believe the available lodging is limited, so yes, I would make reservations early.”
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