Cottage [noun]

Definition of Cottage:

tiny house; lodging

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Sentence/Example of Cottage:

In Bedminster this spring, the records show, Trump’s club charged the Secret Service more than $21,800 to rent a cottage and other rooms while the club was closed and otherwise off-limits to guests.

Chico-San’s ads proposed trading bread for rice cakes and using the low-calorie rice saucers as a surface to support jelly, cottage cheese, fruit, and other toppings.

The final stop is Lewa House, a cluster of cottages on the 61,000-acre Lewa Wildlife Conservancy.

Matheson was evicted along with her 90-year-old mother, who was living in a guest cottage.

I have a summer house by the sea, a wooden cottage with no heat.

Madame Ratignolle, when they had regained her cottage, went in to take the hour's rest which she considered helpful.

She rose with a smile as Lady Victoria emerged from the cottage at the upper end of the village.

They had almost reached the sawyer's cottage, when a black animal ran out towards them.

The entire scene had vanished, vanished like smoke over the roof of a cottage when the wind blows.

Dr. Stanmore came down the flagged path from the smith's cottage, pulling on his gloves.