A small compartment, especially a box in a theater.(noun)
The front rows of the mezzanine in a theater.(noun)
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Use "loge" in a sentence
"Superlative Group also started selling smaller suites called loge boxes on February 9th."
""And hearing this braid of languages regularly spoken," he has written, "heightened my sense of words as a kind of loge in which desires were illuminated, memory was recovered and poems would be assembled.""
"Same thing for loge preferred renewals $65 instead of $60."