verb (used without object), lounged, loung·ing.
verb (used with object), lounged, loung·ing.
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Origin of lounge
synonym study for lounge
OTHER WORDS FROM loungeloungy, adjective
Words nearby lounge
Example sentences from the Web for lounge
The 27-year-old marketing executive ended up moving into a co-living building — a set of rooms with shared common spaces like a kitchen and lounge.
Making room to work aloneA large proportion of offices already have lounges and areas where employees can chat and meet.How businesses are looking to replicate home-like atmosphere in future office layouts|Jessica Davies|February 4, 2021|Digiday
Some resources are targeted specifically to teachers, including how-tos on remote learning and a virtual teachers lounge.Smithsonian partners with PBS to share educational programs online|Peggy McGlone|January 12, 2021|Washington Post
The lounge decor takes customers back to the 1920s when Tillie the elephant could be seen performing at John Robertson circus held in the neighborhood.
Two and a half years ago this was just a sock, underwear and a lounge kind of company.The Hot Designer Who Hates Fashion: VK Nagrani Triumphs His Own Way|Tom Teodorczuk|December 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
There was a first-class lounge with a sunken well and cocktail bar.
Last week, I sat down with Kristen Stewart in the lobby lounge of the Greenwich Hotel in downtown New York.The Right-Wing Crusade Against KStew: How Fear Factories Like Breitbart and Fox Distort News|Marlow Stern|October 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
We are playing stuff that goes back to the Lounge Lizards first concert.
It was actually by Lurie, who sang on it, as he never did with the Lounge Lizards.
It was very pleasant there on the side porch, where there were chairs, a wicker lounge, and a small table.
Victor went and reclined on the wicker lounge behind his mother's chair, where he commanded a view of Edna's face.
I'm rather shaky on my pins yet and the chair it must be, if I'm to put myself in connection with that lounge.Dorothy at Skyrie|Evelyn Raymond
He leaned upon the lounge with an arm extended across her, while the other hand still rested upon her hair.
A little later Mrs. Errington met him in the lounge and accompanied him to the lawn where they had sat the day before.The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol|William J. Locke
British Dictionary definitions for lounge
- a communal room in a hotel, ship, theatre, etc, used for waiting or relaxing in
- (as modifier)lounge chair
- an expensive bar, esp in a hotel
- short for cocktail lounge