A place in which someone lives or stays temporarily
Present (a complaint, appeal, claim, etc.) formally to the proper authorities
A room or rooms rented out to someone, usually in the same residence as the owner
the lodging provided at the farm was charming
A rooming house
Any of a number of lodging houses established 1840–5 by various philanthropists, and placed under certain regulations intended to secure the comfort and orderly conduct of the residents; later in extended use, applied to other lodging houses regardless of standard.
Leave money or a valuable item in (a place) or with (someone) for safekeeping
An application to a higher court for a decision to be reversed
Chiefly in Rowton house (also Rowton lodging-house): a type of cheap lodging house intended to provide accommodation of a decent standard for single workingmen.