Lair [noun]

Definition of Lair:

hideout, habitat

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Sentence/Example of Lair:

Ancient underground lairs left behind by these animals appear in rocks from coastal Taiwan, researchers report January 21 in Scientific Reports.

Upon approach, the spider backed into its leafy lair, amphibian prize in tow.

No trail was so obtuse, no thicket so dense that members of that regiment would not track them to their lair.

The belated moon stole up from its lair, hovered above the sky-line, a gaudy orange sphere in the haze of smoke.

Every instinct and habit made her a stranger among these poor swamp-people living like vermin in their lair.

The boat will leap over laughing waters and flit home, as the muskawk to its lair when the sun dies.

Now he was up and about, cheerful and sunny, but a serious object lesson to the lion hunters bound for the lair of the lion.

Just as the stench of the snake-devil's lair had betrayed its site, here disaster and death had an odor of its own.

His method was to track the bear to his lair, to approach to within arms length if possible, and then rouse the enemy.

They then walked round, and found no marks of the animal having left his lair.