Lair – meaning of the word and examples

A place where a wild animal lives, often underground and hidden, or a place where a person hides. (Cambridge Dictionary)

The resting or living place of a wild animal: Den. (Merriam – Webster)

A place where a wild animal lives. (Oxford Dictionaries)

A secret or private place in which a person seeks concealment or seclusion. (Oxford Dictionaries)

lair is a place where a wild animal lives, usually a place which is underground or well-hidden. (Collins Dictionary)

Examples

Pirates Lair. Wikimedia Commons.

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Pirates_Lair_(5026007564).jpg

Entering the Tiger’s Lair.

http://climbingthegreatwall.com/entering-the-tigers-lair-firmly-commit-to-the-china-initiative/entering-the-tigers-lair/

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