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lodging (formerly of much wider use than now)
1. accommodation for rest at night or for residence LLL. V. ii. 809 “hard lodging,” H5 IV. i. 16.
2. dwelling-place, abode, house Mer.V. II. ii. 128, AYL. II. iii. 23, Oth. I. ii. 45, Per. III. ii. 14; fig. applied to the stocks Lr. II. ii. 179 “This shameful ”
3. apartment, room Shr. Ind. i. 49, R2 I. ii. 68 “empty l-s and unfurnish'd walls,” 2H4 IV. v. 232.
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