verb (used without object), lounged, loung·ing.
verb (used with object), lounged, loung·ing.
Origin of lounge
Related formsloung·y, adjective
Examples from the Web for lounge
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
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.
I walk into the lounge area of the airport and promptly receive a glass of champagne and a boozy stamp in my passport.
As she sips tea in a lounge at the Greenwich Hotel, her soft-spoken, modest style includes a casual acceptance of her advantages.
One arm lay along the back of the lounge which she occupied, the other was pendant at her side.The Truth About Tristrem Varick|Edgar Saltus
I cannot say that I have had much opportunity to study the person called here a "lounge lizard."Over Here|Hector MacQuarrie
After dinner he circulated gracefully in the ladies' lounge, and took coffee there surrounded by a chattering bevy.Where the Blue Begins|Christopher Morley
"Take it away, take it away," said a weak voice, coming from under a pillow on the lounge.Peck's Uncle Ike and The Red Headed Boy|George W. Peck
The two on the lounge were asleep; the other was playing with the spokes of Besss wheel.In Wild Rose Time|Amanda M. Douglas
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