shooting lodge

NOUN
  1. a small country house used by hunters during the shooting season
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How To Use shooting lodge In A Sentence

  • The facts there were that an American citizen, with his ordinary residence and indeed practising the law in New York, took a three-year lease of a furnished shooting lodge in Scotland.
  • They'd bought a Victorian shooting lodge and I lodged in the bothy.
  • Designed by architect Moshe Safdie, its conical castellated turrets pay homage to the baronial style adopted by Victorian aristocrats and merchants for their Highland shooting lodges. Recession? What recession? Hire a Scottish castle for £60,000 a week
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