Definition of lodging
- found lodging in the barn
- a lodging for the night
There is gas, food, and lodging at the next highway exit.
food and lodging are two of the largest expenses of living in the city
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: a place where a person (such as a traveler) can stay for usually a short period of time : a place to sleep
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