\ ˈlōzh How to pronounce loge (audio) \

Definition of loge

1a : a small compartment : booth the doorkeeper's loge just inside the entrance to the building
b : an enclosed group of seats for spectators in a theater
2a : a small partitioned area
b : a separate forward section of a theater mezzanine or balcony
c : a raised section or level of seats in a sports stadium

Examples of loge in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The turnout wasn’t great; an optimistic assessment would put the orchestra seating levels at about half full, with the loge and balcony (which actually has the best sound) closed off. Richard S. Ginell, Los Angeles Times, "Review: LACO and Christian Tatzlaff breathe new life into Beethoven’s Violin Concerto," 8 Feb. 2020 The project still includes premium club seats, loge boxes and club space, topped by an open terrace with concessions. Jeff Potrykus, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Construction work on projects at the Kohl Center, Camp Randall Stadium and the UW Field House will begin soon," 12 Feb. 2020 The balcony was entirely empty, as was part of the loge. BostonGlobe.com, "“There’s still cities in America that we haven’t played in years,” said Casey. “People say ‘Why don’t you come here?’ Well, you don’t have a venue that’s in that size.”," 5 Oct. 2019 That emotion was shared by his family, who flew in from his hometown of Kenosha, Wis., earlier Monday and sat in the loge-level seats behind home plate. Los Angeles Times, "Column: Gavin Lux lives up to the hype in his opening act with the Dodgers," 2 Sep. 2019 The 10 Founders suites sold for $5 million apiece with 4-seat loge boxes requiring a $150,000 donation on top of $16,000 annual contributions. Michael Casagrande | Mcasagrande@al.com, al, "Bryant-Denny Stadium renovation starts Monday: What you need to know," 21 Nov. 2019 The Art of Sports -- a loge for 12 guests at a Cleveland Monsters hockey game; The Art of Expression -- a painting party for six guests; and The Art of Glass -- a glassblowing class for six guests to craft your own glass ornament. Mary Jane Brewer, cleveland, "Local artists to benefit Medina County children at ‘Art With A Heart’," 18 Oct. 2019 In preparation for hosting the Breeders’ Cup for a record 10th time in November, the track spent over $5 million on upgrades, including a new LED infield video board, trackside dining area, clubhouse loge box seats and Stretch Run Suites. San Diego Union-Tribune, "Horse grazes 2 people on track at Santa Anita fall opener," 27 Sep. 2019 The Queen's first opened in 1907, but the original boxes and loges, as well as the entire front of house, were destroyed by a bomb during the Blitz in 1940 and the theater remained closed for 20 years. David Rooney, Billboard, "London Theater to Be Named for Stephen Sondheim," 5 July 2019

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First Known Use of loge

1749, in the meaning defined at sense 1a

History and Etymology for loge

French, from Old French, a shelter — more at lodge

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“Loge.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/loge. Accessed 18 Sep. 2020.

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