Examples of lair in a Sentence
tracking the bear back to its lair
She runs the project from her private lair in the suburbs.
Recent Examples of lair from the Web
In the first movie, the villain Syndrome’s lair is pretty much a copy of the Charles Deaton Sculptured House, the vast elliptical prow on Genesee Mountain.
On the other hand, the feckless writer's lair created by Ward Shelley of Easton CT, with Douglas Paulson and Adam Zimmerman, is a total hoot.
The new trailer finds even more humor in things like autofill, but the highlight is when Vanellope stumbles in the lair of the Disney princesses at the Oh My Disney corner of the Internet, which is a restricted area.
As a result, the billionaire did not expand his lair to an additional floor.
The one negative: LeBron would be leaving the relative comfort of the Eastern Conference and wandering into the Warriors' lair.
Upstairs, there’s an attic bedroom, which has its own bath, that Wise’s two sons have claimed as their lair.
Spring and fall lure the slithering and stalking from their lairs as well.
The rooms, with a hounds-tooth-and-leather, men’s-club vibe, and one-touch everything wired via a bedside iPad, feel a bit like James Bond’s lair.
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LAIR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lair for English Language Learners
: the place where a wild animal sleeps
: a place where someone hides or where someone goes to be alone and to feel safe or comfortable
LAIR Defined for Kids
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