His lair is not normal, but it can at least pass for a suburban house.
In January the actor kidnapped Kimmel, tying him up in his lair.
“The lair of the laser loves all of you,” he tells a visiting Atlas Obscura tour group.
She was only needed if Hitler was actually at the Wolf's lair, though she never actually saw him.
He was not a recluse, however, as the documents and electronic chips recovered by the SEALs from his lair revealed.
The little brown man had roused himself from his lair, and was all alive.
It is used by their prickers and huntsmen when the beast hath not fled, but is still in its lair.
From the lair he has chosen he has a view of his lady's window.
Saying no word, out of his lair he came with that terrible sword of his aloft.
Then, however, the sun would have been so high that Puss would have been loath to leave her lair.
Old English leger "bed, couch, grave; act or place of lying down," from Proto-Germanic *legraz (cf. Old Norse legr "grave," also "nuptials" ("a lying down"); Old Frisian leger "situation," Old Saxon legar "bed," Middle Dutch legher "act or place of lying down," Dutch leger "bed, camp," Old High German legar "bed, a lying down," German Lager "bed, lair, camp, storehouse," Gothic ligrs "place of lying"), from PIE *legh- "to lie, lay" (see lie (v.2)). Meaning "animal's den" is from early 15c.