Definition of Shooting lodge
1. Noun. A small country house used by hunters during the shooting season.
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Literary usage of Shooting lodge
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1. The Eastern Alps, Including the Bavarian Highlands, Tyrol, Salzburg, Upper by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1903)
"4*/2 M. Hinter-Biss (3056'), a shooting-lodge of the Duke of Coburg, in a finely-wooded valley. At the foot of the small Gothic, chateau are the low ..."
2. Indoors and Out: The Homebuilders' Magazine (1905)
"Beyond the score of expense, why should not a shooting-lodge be made a good piece of architectural design, carefully thought out in relation to its ..."
3. The History and Traditions of the Land of the Lindsays in Angus and Mearns by Andrew Jervise (1882)
"... of wood—shooting lodge at Glenmark—Depopulation— Migration down the Glen—Esk and its tributaries—Romantic ..."
4. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1878)
"The shooting-lodge is situated in pome lone wilderness, in its boundless contiguity of sparsely-populated space ; but he is to keep tryst in it with two or ..."