Definitions of Lodged

  1. of Lodge
  2. Lying down; - used of beasts of the chase, as couchant is of beasts of prey.

Usage examples for Lodged

  1. When I ate, drank, and lodged free- cost, with people who lived in ease on the hard labour of their slaves, I felt uneasy; and, as my mind was inward to the Lord, I found, from place to place, this uneasiness return upon me at times through the whole visit. – The History of the Rise, Progress and Accomplishment of the Abolition of the African Slave Trade by the British Parliament (1808), Vol. I by Thomas Clarkson
  2. I happen to be lodged opposite to two fire- engine houses, so that I always know when there is a fire. – Diary in America, Series One by Frederick Marryat (AKA Captain Marryat)
  3. He lodged at this time at the house of a kind French merchant called by the curious name of Surrubi. – A Book of Quaker Saints by Lucy Violet Hodgkin
  4. At first I thought the poor thing dead, but I nursed it in my arms all through the ensuing night, and, on the following morning, happening to glance down its half- opened beak, I could just see that my wooden imitation of the kernel of the Peruvian yap bean had become lodged in its throat. – Bill the Minder by W. Heath Robinson
  5. In 1612 he visited England, and in 1614 got lodged in the Tower. – A Biographical Dictionary of Freethinkers of All Ages and Nations by Joseph Mazzini Wheeler