Definition of lodger
Examples of lodger in a Sentence
the mysterious lodger slept all day and only went out at night
Recent Examples of lodger from the Web
Older girls finish the day’s homework in the computer room before helping out with the younger lodgers.
The artist became a regular at La Colombe d'Or, and others soon followed, either as diners or lodgers.
Hurlbert said that since the train has been running, the resort and town have seen an uptick in lodgers coming up Saturday and leaving Sunday.
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First Known Use of lodger
LODGER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lodger for English Language Learners
: a person who rents a room in another person's house
LODGER Defined for Kids
Definition of lodger for Students
: a person who lives in a rented room in another's house
Legal Definition of lodger
: a person who occupies a rented room in another's house; specifically : a person who by agreement with the owner of a house acquires no property, interest, or possession therein but only the right to occupy a designated room or area that remains in the owner's legal possession
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