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Noun
A small house, typically in the country and occupied seasonally
“He lived in his lodge with his squaw and daughter. All he owned was a few beaver skins and four or five skinny horses.”
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A place providing accommodation to guests
“At last we arrived at our lodge, a large and attractive Georgian house with our bedroom overlooking the magnificent harbor.”
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A small house at the gates of a park or in the grounds of a large house
“He rang at the gate and looked through its ironwork at the house until an elderly man came out of the gate lodge and opened a small wooden door in the wall.”
Noun
A local chapter of a fraternity
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“The letter stated that she had to be present at a supper at the Masonic Lodge where she would receive the check.”
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A animal's den or lair
“We sat on a knoll overlooking a little stream and pond where a beaver was actively building its lodge.”
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Parsonage
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Sports and social club
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A trendy or fashionable resort
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A local branch of a society
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Place to live or sleep
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Very large house
Verb
To make or become firmly fixed or embedded in a place, sometimes figuratively
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“This film would lodge itself firmly in Liza's psyche. It was the pole around which the sprouting bean-plant of her mind would twist for years to come.”
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To set, put or place somewhere snugly or comfortably
“The white birds would manage to lodge themselves beneath the mourners' feet and bellies and take over the nests, sitting on the eggs until the chicks hatched.”
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To stay or rent accommodation at a place
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“I wanted to know if you would be able to let Kevin lodge at your house.”
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To provide accommodation or shelter to
“It was certainly not the purpose of the center to lodge prisoners.”
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To present or put forward an official submission or application
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“They cannot leave it to the initiative of the next of kin either to lodge a formal complaint or to take responsibility for the conduct of the investigative procedures.”
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To put away or leave something in a given place
“It's understood Mrs. Walsh intended to lodge the money in the bank, but the cash, all in notes, has yet to be recovered.”
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To give or leave something (valuable) with (someone), typically for safekeeping
“Couldn't you at least have requested that he lodge his will with you for safekeeping?”
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To fix or put into place
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To fix or hold securely in place
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To make or become rigidly fixed or immovable
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Air out; make known
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To instigate or cause to happen or exist
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To insert or introduce
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To place into the ground or soil to grow
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To receive (someone) as a guest and provide them with food and drink
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To enter or record information or data on an official list or directory
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To move or act at a slow speed
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To start or establish
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To enter data
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