lodging

Part of speech: noun

A temporary abode.

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Usage examples "lodging":

  1. I'd go an' see her where she's lodging- see, I've got the address wrote down here- but I should do more harm than good; she'd never pay any heed to me at the best of times, an' it isn't likely she would now. - "The Nether World", George Gissing.
  2. Sir, now you see your bad lodging, I must bid you good night. - "The Scornful Lady", Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher.
  3. It belonged to the man where Mealyus was lodging. - "Phineas Redux", Anthony Trollope.