Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: den
IPA transcription: [d'ɛn]
noun meaning of the word
  • Synonyms: den
    Meaning: a room that is comfortable and secluded
  • Synonyms: den
    Meaning: a unit of 8 to 10 cub scouts
  • Synonyms: hideout, hideaway, den
    Meaning: a hiding place; usually a remote place used by outlaws
  • Synonyms: lair, den
    Meaning: the habitation of wild animals
Usage examples
  • Not unfrequently did Pont show me a 'coon den.
  • Well, it had been that, and Spencer's den of dissipation too!
  • Their rooms were over the parlour and thus as far removed as possible from the judge's den.
  • "To be sure!--dat is so!--ver true! but den de portraite has been take for dese fifty-five year.
  • How are such persons to manage bees on my plan, which seems like bearding a lion in its very den!
  • So far they had met no living creature, but when Ojo saw the cave he knew it must be the den of the Woozy.
  • Go YOU into the lions' den, lord prince, and I will follow you, though it were into old Hercules' very teeth."
  • Had the New York bomb squad known of the existence of this den, the short hair on their necks would have risen.
  • "Yes, Moissart," said she, mimicking my pronunciation, which, to speak the truth, was none of the best,--"and vat den?