Lodger – meaning of the word and examples

Someone who pays for a place to sleep, and usually for meals, in someone else’s house. (Cambridge Dictionary)

A person who lives in rented quarters in another’s house; roomer. (Dictionary.com)

lodger is a person who pays money to live in someone else’s house. (Collins Dictionary)

A person who rents accommodation in another person’s house. (Oxford Dictionary)


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