lodger lodger


  • (n) a tenant in someone's house



  1. When, later that year, the Stammers moved to a farm in Serra Negra, 100 miles north of Sao Paulo, their lodger went along, taking a room in their new home.
  2. The lodger was famed Horst Wessel.
  3. The lodger lures Joshua and Winifred out for walks, but they cannot wait to get back to punishing and being punished.


  • Silver City area events June 10-12

    The Grant County Board of Commissioners is seeking nominees to serve on the Grant County Lodger's Tax Committee. This position is for the At-Large Member. Interested individuals must reside in the un-incorporated area of Grant County.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Silver City Sun-News


  1. Myleene said: "I see the Hear'Say crew all the time. I see Suzie (Suzanne Shaw) frequently. As for the boys, I see them a lot too - in fact one of the boys is in my house as we speak. Noel is my lodger now and he helps out around the house, too,...
    on Feb 17, 2008 By: Myleene Klass Source: Glasgow Daily Record

  2. Steenburgen tells WENN, "Larry is my buddy. He's gonna be in my guest house all summer on Martha's Vineyard. We call him Larry The Lodger because once he gets in there he won't get out."
    on Jul 21, 2008 By: Mary Steenburgen Source: Showbiz Spy

  3. "He was a friend and we always thought he was the best drummer," Tim Finn says. "Paul was my lodger in Melbourne, also. When Paul died it was shocking in so many ways and we're always going to miss him."
    on Feb 6, 2008 By: Tim Finn Source: Jam! Showbiz

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