lodge

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  • Only a small amount of the lodge is actually used as a living area.
  • If the stone remained lodged in the roof they would soon get married.
  • The two-story lodge building is built in the shape of a cross.
  • The door of each lodge was placed to the east and the rising sun.
  • Two years later, the first floor of the lodge was used as a school for local girls.
  • Three mountain day lodges; one at the base area and two at mid- mountain.
  • He missed the battle as he had been sent to lodge in nearby houses.
  • In modern times, interested people often track down a local lodge through the Internet.
  • They built numerous earth lodges on the lower portion of the site.
  • It is a two-story lodge constructed in the late 19th century.
  • Many of the lodge's projects were developed over many years.
  • When a country has at least seven lodges, these can be gathered in a national section.
  • Mr Lodge does not consider most of the local boys worthy of his only daughter.
  • Matters of state are widely believed to have been decided from within the lodges.
  • Over the next few years she established lodges in many parts of the British Empire.
  • The building is one of ten remaining such lodges in the region, of over a hundred originally built.
  • The lodge was also very active on the local sections, having their members elected to section officer positions.
  • While Lodge's recording is still in use, some lines use other recordings.
  • While Lodge's recording is still in use, some lines use other recordings.
  • In addition a day lodge was constructed and six ski runs cut into the hill.
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Meaning of lodge

  • noun English physicist who studied electromagnetic radiation and was a pioneer of radiotelegraphy (1851-1940)
  • noun Small house at the entrance to the grounds of a country mansion; usually occupied by a gatekeeper or gardener
  • noun A small (rustic) house used as a temporary shelter
  • noun Any of various native american dwellings
  • verb Be a lodger; stay temporarily
    Where are you lodging in Paris?
  • verb Put, fix, force, or implant
    lodge a bullet in the table, stick your thumb in the crack
  • verb Provide housing for
    We are lodging three foreign students this semester