Synonyms for den
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEN
Yates threw off his coat, and went to work as if he were in his own den in the Argus building.
This was not surprising, for the den was only half a mile away.
He neither affects to show himself, nor lies sullen in his den.
All his old prejudices were reviving; it was as if he were going to some ogre's den.
He retired into his den, and presently emerged with a sheet of paper in his hand.
My stowaway was making for his den when I said, "How about to-morrow?"
The demon of oppression had hidden her head ashamed, and fled to her den!
Then I came out of my den, and again made my way to Wareham.
You can consider it a special mark of favour, for this is my own den.
When they had gone he went into the den and came back with the pumpkin.
Old English denn "wild animal's lair," from Proto-Germanic *danjan (cf. Middle Low German denne "lowland, wooded vale, den," Old English denu "valley," Old Frisian dene "down," Old High German tenni, German tenne "threshing floor," from PIE *dan- "low ground"). Sense of "small room" is 1771, originally colloquial.