Den [noun]

Definition of Den:

cavern, hideaway

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Sentence/Example of Den:

It’s a notion that’s launched more than a few books and pseudo-docs, all hinging on the fact that most of the planet’s nether waters are unexplored—and therefore rife with primo dens for enigmatic beasts.

Yet behind the we’re-just-here-to-help-folks-realize-their-dreams facade, I’d say the Silicon Valley company always has been a den of buttoned-up MBAs trying to optimize its e-commerce engine.

Chestnut says that finding and measuring these dens would have provided insight as to how the mothers choose their nesting locations, and helped them protect areas of their park that could serve as dens in the future.

Female wolverines use snowfall in the winter to build their natal dens, where they birth and take care of their young.

This is especially true of the 1002 coastal plain portion, which has the largest number of polar bear dens in Alaska.

Over the mantel in our parlor we have a picture of the lion's den, and it is one of the choicest of our family treasures.

"'Bared the lion in hith den—the Doog-dug-lath——'" Abraham stopped and took a long breath.

Then he returned to the den and found his people recovering somewhat from their surprise.

Mr. Ralph found me in his den, I was arranging one of his tables, and he said that he wanted to talk to me.

Often the doctor came to Hill Street and sat for long periods with the general in that small, cosy room which was his den.