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  • n. A building used for the recreational use of hunting.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. a temporary residence for the purpose of hunting.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a small (rustic) house used as a temporary shelter


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  • Ismail’s gardens at Giza became a public zoo, and his Giza hunting lodge became the Mena House Hotel, site of the first Egyptian-Israeli peace talks.

    Three Empires on the Nile

  • The path that led from the gardens at Chatsworth House to the hunting lodge was very steep.


  • To cap it all, Wickson's hunting lodge was a quarter of a mile from my hiding-place.

    Chapter 18: The Shadow of Sonoma

  • “High-latitude hunting lodge specializing in ice bear trophy hunting in winter and wildlife ecotourism in summer.

    Command Decision

  • For the sake of discretion and, he said, the youth’s personal safety, Dzenko sent Charlie off before dawn, in care of Mishka, to a hunting lodge he owned in the woods.

    Hokas Pokas

  • The reporters kept speculating and talking, showing exterior shots of a hunting lodge owned by Asa Pomeroy, the latest crime scene.


  • She glanced at the television screen, saw the exterior of Asa’s hunting lodge again, and silently prayed the terror would end soon.


  • The first of the lot were due to arrive at the Pomeroy hunting lodge in less than two hours.


  • This time Mary was housed in a flimsy wood and plaster building called "the lodge"; it had once served as a hunting lodge for nobles who came to Needwood Forest for recreation.

    Mary Queen Of Scotland And The Isles


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