cottage[ kot-ij ]SEE DEFINITION OF cottage
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COTTAGE
From sea to sea there was stringing of bows in the cottage and clang of steel in the castle.
This cottage is smaller than its neighbor, and its wooden door is quite black from age.
Just as she opened the door of Andrew's cottage, Wiseli came out of the sitting-room.
They were a very depressed lot at Dixon's cottage that evening.
Dixon had a cottage there, which he occupied with his wife, and Allis was to stop with them.
So they all four issued from the cottage, chatting together like old friends.
He would certainly find her at the cottage, Dixon assured him.
Within the door of the cottage you discern the wife, with her ruddy English cheek.
I expected that a cottage for Ellinor should rise out of the earth at my command.
The land is minutely divided, many possessing a cottage and field only.