Definition of Lodgers

1. Noun. (plural of lodger) ¹



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Definition of Lodgers

1. lodger [n] - See also: lodger

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lodgers

lodestars
lodestone
lodestones
lodge
lodge in
lodge pole
lodgeable
lodged
lodgement
lodgements
lodgepole
lodgepole pine
lodgepole pines
lodgepoles
lodger
lodgers (current term)
lodges
lodgest
lodgeth
lodging
lodging house
lodgings
lodgment
lodgments
lodicula
lodiculae
lodicule
lodicules
lodranite
lods

Literary usage of Lodgers

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1. Homestead: The Households of a Mill Town by Margaret Frances Byington (1910)
"Of the 1o2 families taking lodgers, 62 had four lodgers or less; 33 from five to nine lodgers; seven from 1o to 15 lodgers. TABLE 32. ..."

2. The Negro in Chicago: A Study of Race Relations and a Race Riot by Chicago Commission on Race Relations (1922)
"The prevalence of lodgers is one of the most conspicuous problems in the Negro ... To meet these rents they have taken lodgers. It was seldom possible to ..."

3. The Negro in Chicago: A Study of Race Relations and a Race Riot by Illinois Chicago Commission on Race Relations (1922)
"The prevalence of lodgers is one of the most conspicuous problems in the Negro ... To meet these rents they have taken lodgers. It was seldom possible to ..."

4. Immigration and Labor: The Economic Aspects of European Immigration to the by Isaac Aaronovich Hourwich (1922)
"In reality, however, the 52 per cent of the Croatians who keep boarders or lodgers do not help to pay the rent of the other 48 per cent who keep none. ..."

5. Poverty: A Study of Town Life by Benjamin Seebohm Rowntree (1908)
"Earnings of lodgers.—There are 1349 lodgers lodging with working-class families in ... If the total earnings of lodgers be included in the working- class ..."

6. The Immigration Problem: A Study of American Immigration Conditions and Needs by Jeremiah Whipple Jenks, William Jett Lauck, Rufus Daniel Smith (1922)
"BOARDERS AND lodgers Overcrowding is perhaps most frequently shown by the keeping of boarders or lodgers. In the cities investigated by the Immigration ..."

7. A Treatise on the American Law of Landlord and Tenant by John Neilson Taylor (1887)
"lodgers quasi Tenants. — lodgers are entitled, therefore, to the privileges of tenants, though on a different ground; and if a man takes lodgings on the ..."

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