Synonyms of lodge in English:

lodge


See definition of lodge

noun

1‘the porter's lodge’

SYNONYMS

gatehouse, cottage, toll house

2‘a hunting lodge’

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house, cottage, cabin, chalet

British shooting box

3‘a beaver's lodge’

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den, lair, hole, sett

retreat, haunt, shelter

4‘a Masonic lodge’

SYNONYMS

section, branch, chapter, wing

association, society, group, club, union, guild, fraternity, brotherhood, sorority, alliance, coterie, league

rare sodality


verb

1‘William lodged at our house’

SYNONYMS

reside, board, stay, have lodgings, have rooms, take a room, put up, live, be quartered, stop

occupy

North American room

informal have digs

formal dwell, be domiciled, sojourn

archaic abide

2‘Mrs Gould, her maid, and the baby were lodged at an inn in Newcastle’

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accommodate, provide accommodation for, put up, take in, house, board, billet, quarter, shelter, harbour, provide shelter for

cater for, entertain

3‘I intend to lodge an official complaint’

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submit, register, enter, put forward, place, advance, lay, present, press, bring, prefer, tender, proffer, put on record, record, table, file

4‘the trophy was lodged in the vault of a local bank’

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deposit, put, bank, entrust, consign

stash, store, stow, put away, lay in, squirrel away

5‘shrapnel slashed his neck and lodged in his spine’

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become fixed, embed itself, become embedded, become implanted, become stuck, get stuck, stick, catch, wedge, become caught, become settled, anchor itself, become anchored, come to rest, remain

6‘the power of the Crown is always lodged in a single person’

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vest, entrust, place, put, lay, transfer, consign