from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as hunting-box or shooting-box.


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  • And yet it was only a quarter of a mile from Wickson's hunting-lodge, and a short mile from the village of Glen Ellen.

    Chapter 18: The Shadow of Sonoma

  • In the first year of his life, ere he had learned the way of his legs, Jacob Welse had wandered a-horse through a thousand miles of wilderness, and wintered in a hunting-lodge on the head-waters of the Red River of the North.


  • The Palace of Versailles was built round a royal hunting-lodge, and takes much of its asymmetry and structural inconsequence from that.

    Campbell’s Cream of Fantasy

  • Argyle, from an early period, made it their occasional residence, and had their temporary accommodation in a fishing or hunting-lodge, which succeeding improvements have since transformed into a palace.

    The Heart of Mid-Lothian

  • They were a merry party, and had lain all night at Malwood-Keep, a hunting-lodge in the forest, where they had made good cheer, both at supper and breakfast, and had drunk a deal of wine.

    A Child's History of England

  • Yesterday and today have suddenly been very cold and rainy--I broke out the tartan blanket to watch Red with the dogs laying about hunting-lodge style.

    Descent Into Cleveland

  • Then from all the towns of the Duchy, which stretches for nearly ten mile — from Bolkum, which lies on its western frontier bidding defiance to Prussia, from Grogwitz, where the Prince has a hunting-lodge, and where his dominions are separated by the Pump

    Vanity Fair

  • The Prince rode away to his hunting-lodge at three leagues from

    The Memoires of Barry Lyndon

  • The Dohenys also removed many old-growth trees from the yard of the original house and planted new, more fashionable ones; they refurbished the great hall in a hunting-lodge motif.

    I Feel Earthquakes More Often Than They Happen

  • An acquaintance who had been with him in Dorsetshire on his first arrival there had seen this done; and bore testimony of the fact that the man so treated was the man who had taken the hunting-lodge in England.

    Castle Richmond


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