Synonyms and Antonyms of lodging
1 the place where one lives food and lodging are two of the largest expenses of living in the city Synonyms abode, diggings, domicile, dwelling, fireside, habitation, hearth, hearthstone, house, home, pad, place, quarters, residence, roofRelated Words accommodations, housing, nest, residency, shelter; bungalow, cabin, casita, chalet, cottage; duplex, ranch, ranch house, saltbox, semi [chiefly British], split level, townhome, town house, tract house, triplex; apartment, apartment house, condominium, flat, tenement, tenement house, walk-up; penthouse, salon, suite; barracks, billet, boardinghouse, dorm, dormitory, lodging house, lodgment (or lodgement), room(s), rooming house; castle, château, countryseat, estate, hall, manor, manor house, mansion, palace, villa; farmhouse, grange, hacienda, homestead; double-wide, houseboat, house trailer, mobile home, motor home, recreational vehicle, trailer; hermitage, manse, parsonage, rectory, vicarage; hooch (or hootch) [slang], hovel, hut, hutch, shack, shanty
2 lodgings pl a room or set of rooms in a private house or a block used as a separate dwelling place I've rented lodgings in the old boardinghouse downtown Synonyms diggings [chiefly British], digs, flat [chiefly British], lodgings, suite, tenementRelated Words bed-sitter (also bedsit or bed-sitting-room) [British], cohousing, condo, condominium, duplex, duplex apartment, efficiency, efficiency apartment, flatlet [British], floor-through, garden apartment, granny flat [chiefly British], maisonette, penthouse, railroad flat, salon, saloon [chiefly British], studio, studio apartment, triplex, walk-up; gallery, wing; apartment building, apartment house, tenement house
3 a place to sleep and related amenities for the temporary use of a tourist or traveler lodging was whatever budget motel we could find for each leg of our trip Synonyms accommodation, lodgment (or lodgement)Related Words berth, shelter; crash pad
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