lodge

Part of speech: verb

To furnish with or have lodging.

Part of speech: verb

To implant; infix, as an arrow.

Part of speech: verb

To beat down, or be beaten down, as grain.

Part of speech: noun

A small house; a cabin; a local subdivision, as of a society.

Part of speech: noun

Lodger.

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Usage examples "lodge":

  1. They used to come to my lodge and eat and talk, telling me the news. - "When Buffalo Ran", George Bird Grinnell.
  2. Iris went with her as far as the lodge gates. - "A Pair of Clogs", Amy Walton.
  3. Would the county authorities at White Lodge please forward remains without delay? - "Mystery Ranch", Arthur Chapman.