lodge(redirected from Lodge, David (John))
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lodge(Bring a complaint), verb accuse, bring a case, bring a suit, bring accusation, bring an action against, bring charges against, bring proceedings against, bring to justice, bring to the bar, bring to trial, bring up on charges, call to account, cast blame upon, charge with, file a claim, file a suit, fix the blame for, incriminate, inculpate, place the blame for, prefer charges, prosecute
Associated concepts: lodge a criminal complaint
lodge(House), verb afford sanctuary, assign to lodggngs, bed, berth, domicile, find a place for, find room for, furnish room for, furnish with quarters, garrison, harbor, hospitio excipere, hostel, install, locate, make a place for, park, place, put, quarter, screen, shield, situate, station, supply accommodations for
lodge(Reside), verb abide, board, camp, deversari, devertere, domicile, dwell, encamp, establish oneself, live, locate oneself, make one's home at, place, quarter, remain, reside, rest, set up housekeeping, settle, sleep at, sojourn, squat, station, stay, stop, take lodgings, take rooms, take up quarters, take up residence in, tarry, tenant
See also: chapter, deposit, dwell, embed, fix, harbor, inhabit, locate, occupy, organ, place, remain, repose, reside, rest, stay