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  • But we entertain a cat -- he adorns our hearth as a guest, fellow-lodger, and equal because he wishes to be there.

    Archive 2010-01-01

  • It turned out she had been involved in a love triangle with Guldensuppe and his fellow-lodger, Martin Thorn, whom Guldensuppe had recently treated to a beating.

    When the Press Turned Yellow

  • It was on an occasion when I had had to turn to with a view to victuals, that I found myself walking along the Waterloo Road, one evening after dark, accompanied by an acquaintance and fellow-lodger in the gas-fitting way of life.

    Somebody's Luggage

  • Good-humoured and talkative, he preferred any company rather than none; and though he had not the least liking for his fellow-lodger, and would not have grieved to hear that the accident had befallen him which Sir Francis Clavering desired so fervently, yet kept on fair terms with him.

    The History of Pendennis

  • Our street, from the little nook which I occupy in it, and whence I and a fellow-lodger and friend of mine cynically observe it, presents a strange motley scene.

    Our Street

  • This scene, which fell under the observation of Pickle, did not at all contribute to the cooling of his concupiscence, but on the contrary inflamed him to such a degree, that he could scarce restrain his impatience, until, by her breathing deep, he concluded the fellow-lodger of his Amanda was asleep.

    The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle

  • Her story was here interrupted by a rap at the door, which I no sooner opened, than three or four terrible fellows rushed in, one of whom accosted my fellow-lodger thus: “Madam, your servant — you must do me the favour to come along with me, I have a writ against you.”

    The Adventures of Roderick Random

  • Thither my fellow-lodger repaired, after having taken leave of me with a torrent of tears, and a thousand protestations of eternal gratitude; assuring me she would remain in this situation no longer than she could pick up money sufficient to put her other design in execution.

    The Adventures of Roderick Random

  • He passed on up to his bedroom, washed his hands, and immediately went down to his fellow-lodger.

    Lady Anna

  • Nothing could be kinder, nay, more affectionate, than Norman had been to his fellow-lodger during the last year and a half.

    The Three Clerks

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