When she got up at two the next afternoon, Jerry Lee was still up, drinking in his den.
Having observed this guy for 40 years, I knew that engaging him in his den—even with my blue American passport—was too risky.
After his prepared remarks, the president riffed his way through a question and answer session in the lion's den.
But fairness can have consequences in a den of thieves; poor Enrico was killed in a mysterious plane crash in 1962.
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But he was just out of the den after his long winter sleep and savage with hunger.
Pregnant with such a den to save the whole In thine own depth.
Ich habe den ganzen Berg umgangen, den wir gebaut, und fand eine Stelle, die man loslsen und hinabwlzen kann.
A figure issued from the gamblers' den, and disappeared in the darkness.
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Old English denn "wild animal's lair," from Proto-Germanic *danjan (cf. Middle Low German denne "lowland, wooded vale, den," Old English denu "valley," Old Frisian dene "down," Old High German tenni, German tenne "threshing floor," from PIE *dan- "low ground"). Sense of "small room" is 1771, originally colloquial.
a lair of wild beasts (Ps. 10:9; 104:22; Job 37:8); the hole of a venomous reptile (Isa. 11:8); a recess for secrecy "in dens and caves of the earth" (Heb. 11:38); a resort of thieves (Matt. 21:13; Mark 11:17). Daniel was cast into "the den of lions" (Dan. 6:16, 17). Some recent discoveries among the ruins of Babylon have brought to light the fact that the practice of punishing offenders against the law by throwing them into a den of lions was common.