Synonyms of 'lodge'
a house or cabin used occasionally by hunters, skiers, etc.a ski lodge
a local branch of certain societiesMy father would occasionally go to his Masonic lodge.
the historical society
The recipes are divided into groups according to their main ingredients.
He was a member of the local youth club.
the British Olympic Association
She was in the dairy section of the supermarket.
the liberal wing of the Democratic party
the Brisbane-based chapter of Hell's Angels
The local branch is handling the accounts.
a chaotic assemblage of drifters and ruffians
to bring (a charge or accusation) against someoneHe has four weeks in which to lodge an appeal.
She put her bag on the floor.
Children place their trust in us.
He took the case out of her hand and set it on the floor.
Lay a sheet of newspaper on the floor.
I entered a plea of guilty to the charges.
They have filed formal complaints.
You are advised to deposit valuables in the hotel safe.
put on record
to live temporarily in rented accommodationShe lodged with a farming family.
to provide or be provided with rented accommodationThey questioned me, then lodged me in a children's home.
Students are accommodated in homes nearby.
Regrettably we have to house families in these inadequate flats.
A neighbour sheltered the boy for seven days.
I don't really like to entertain guests any more.
harbouring terrorist suspects
Our soldiers are quartered in Peredelkino.
The soldiers were billeted in private homes.
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in the sense of assemblage
a collection or group of thingsa chaotic assemblage of drifters and ruffians
in the sense of association
a group of people with a common interestthe British Olympic Association
fraternity (US, Canadian),
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