Lodging room

a room in which a person lodges, esp. a hired room.

See also: Lodging

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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'From the Grange,' I replied; 'and while they make me lodging room there, I want to finish my business with your master; because I don't think of having another opportunity in a hurry.'
"He is a kind friend to you, for he is going to give you lodging room here."
She had to move from her Bahati house to renting a lodging room in Muthurwa where she paid Sh50 per night.
For Q2, Expedia logged a 12% year-on-year increase for total stayed lodging room nights and as of June 30, 2018, the company's global lodging portfolio increased to more than 750,000 properties.
The pilot sites selected to participate are DOD installations/metro areas with more than 10,000 commercial lodging room nights annually.
The assignment has a twist: Mary has to not only dress as a boy, but also live the life of an impoverished boy by going hungry, sharing a lodging room with a man, and being willing to work and fight like a boy, without giving away her true identity.
FMWRC also generates revenue through Army lodging room charges.
The family had their own chapel and stable range with lodging rooms above, and there was a large brewhouse for beer production.
Also as of April 8, the Boracay Inter-Agency Task Force had accredited 339 establishments with total of 12,083 lodging rooms.
See the Swan and Maidenhead come back to life and meet a family of innkeepers going about their daily lives running the tavern's drinking parlour and lodging rooms. Discover Tudor ale brewing techniques, plus there's music and dancing.
Tri-C also offers a Lodging Rooms Division Certificate of Proficiency as part of its Hospitality Management program.