Lodge [noun]

Definition of Lodge:

cabin; vacation residence

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Sentence/Example of Lodge:

Skyline Drive’s milepost system makes finding trailheads a cinch, while a pair of lodges in the middle of the park, Big Meadows and Skyland, serve as ideal base camps.

Skiers and riders will now be allowed to bring their own lunches into lodges.

The helipad is steps from the lodge, with the closest skiing a two-minute flight away.

There are also small, locally owned lodges in the forests and at the edges of rivers.

For me, the experience of going to this lodge where you can just walk outside at night and see the aurora from anywhere on the property — including the hot tub — was really amazing.

The King of Delhi had a hunting-lodge somewhere in the locality, but he had never seen the place.

They will proceed, at once, to their offices and lodge their names and serve under their present chiefs.

The pipe is then rolled up in its robe of fur, and stowed away in the lodge of its keeper until it is again required.

So when she clears up a little along towards noon, these three takes a packadero layout an' starts, presumable for Medicine Lodge.

Thus the highest court in New York declared that an unincorporated lodge, which had been mis-managed, was not a partnership.