lodging

[ loj-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF lodging

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LODGING

They had reached at last the point of being unable to pay for their lodging.

He is paid at the rate of 25 or 30 a year, besides board and lodging.

He decided, therefore, to make his lodging there for the present.

They spoke no more all the way back to the lodging where Fanny and her uncle lived.

John assented, and he crept back in the shadow of the wall to his own lodging.

He had no debts in Paris, nothing to pay, but for his stables and lodging.

The sum which the latter first paid for board and lodging was only 8s.

After breakfast the boy paid for a week's lodging with the gold piece.

"I have enough to pay for lodging, so I'll stay all night," he said to himself.

"There is one other lodging," answered the headborough, scratching his head.

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