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Definition of Lodged

  • Lying down; -- used of beasts of the chase, as couchant is of beasts of prey.

How to use lodged in a sentence. Lodged pronunciation.

Close to the old river bed just spoken of, stood a little log stable, and in this our horses were lodged.
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She told me as far as _Sheer-Lane_, to an Aunt of hers, where she Lodged, and she should be glad of my Company; by which, being confirmed in what I before thought, I bid her go on, and I would follow her, which I also did: and coming to the place said he, I found there an old wither'd Bawd, who presently had us into a Room, and ask'd us what we wou'd drink?
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An interesting little daughter of a professor in Danville, Kentucky, in the Summer of 1876, in eating a watermelon, got one of the seeds lodged in her windpipe.
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A ball lodged in one barrel from one of these explosions, and this piece was drawn down out of action just as the piece which had been left at the ford returned.
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Across the way were the butcher and the grocer, and a little higher up the inn at which the commercial travellers lodged.
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In December of the same year Spangenberg was in Rotterdam, where he lodged with a Dr. Koker, from whom he learned the reason for their, until then, unexplained behavior.
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Gronau and Bolzius often lodged with them, and others came in groups of nine or ten to spend the night.
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Hitherto all had been preparation, and labor had seemed less arduous and privations less severe because they were smoothing the path for those who were to follow, and it was with well-earned satisfaction that wives and friends were lodged in the new house, taken to the garden and the farm, and introduced to acquaintances in the town.
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Dunbar's ship to Port Royal, where he lodged with a man who was born in Europe, his wife in Africa, their child in Asia, and they were all now living in America!
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Until the hut was finished the men lodged with the Indians, Tomochichi himself taking charge of their belongings.
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During his stay in Georgia, Whitefield lodged with Charles Delamotte, who was still carrying on the little school.
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There Boehler and Schulius lodged with one of the Swiss who had come to Georgia with Spangenberg and the first company.
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Trees, torn down by flood and storm, floated and lodged in rafts, damming the waters back upon the land.
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The school was small as public schools go, there were not more than two hundred boarders; and it was difficult for it to grow larger, for it was huddled up against the Cathedral; the precincts, with the exception of a house in which some of the masters lodged, were occupied by the cathedral clergy; and there was no more room for building.
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The patient had obtained a 'card' from the hospital some time before; and when her time came it was taken to the porter by a messenger, generally a little girl, who was then sent across the road to the house in which Philip lodged.
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Though the two women were sumptuously lodged "in fair upper chambers," opening east and south, with their maid near at hand, the gloomy chill of the silent household had already penetrated the lonely girl's heart.
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The jewels were lodged at her house the day ensuing.
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After this first abuse, on meeting me here last winter, he procured me an invitation to dine with his friend Mr. Russell, at whose house he lodged; after having shown me polite attention at that dinner, he abuses me in his new pamphlet.
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Flodoardo was lodged in the magnificent palace of his good old patron, Lomellino, here he lived in the closest retirement, studied the most valuable parts of ancient and modern literature, remained for whole days together in his own apartment, and was seldom to be seen in public except upon some great solemnity.
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Their troops are already disarmed, and lodged in separate dungeons of the State prison; visit them there, and you will learn more.
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Examples of Lodged

Example #1
While we looked, the waters increased so fast in this place that in a few minutes a torrent was roaring by the little stable and its margin encroaching steadily on the logs.
Example #2
Men were flying hither and thither, bringing cattle and wagons close up to the house, for the spot of high ground on which it stood extended only some thirty feet in front and about a hundred in the rear.
Example #3
I told her what the young Woman pleas'd; who hereupon call'd for a Bottle of Ale.
Example #4
I told her I cou'd'nt drink, and therefore bid her call her Aunt to drink with her: The old Woman coming in, I bid her sit down, and ask'd her, how long she had follow'd that Trade; What Trade, Sir, says she?
Example #5
The effort was made to remove it, but proved ineffectual, and it was thought that the child would have to be taken to one of the large cities to have an operation performed by a skillful surgeon.
Example #6
To this she was decidedly opposed, and pleaded with her mamma to tell her if there was no other way of relief.