Synonyms of 'lair'
a fox's lair
The village was once a pirate's lair.
Police raided a house used as the movement's hideout.
He spent yesterday in his country retreat.
We climbed up a winding track towards a mountain refuge.
The walls of his den were covered in posters.
Some of them have sought sanctuary in the church.
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A burrow is a tunnel or hole in the ground that is dug by an animal such as a rabbit.
a rabbit's burrow
The skunk makes its den in burrows and hollow logs.
Thesaurus for lair from the Collins English Thesaurus
A lair is a place where a wild animal lives , usually a place which is underground or well-hidden.