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1.(n) A type of house. Usually found in picturesque locales, such as lakeshores, seashores, the Hamptons, so on. But that's not what you came here to hear about.

2.(n) A public restroom, such as the ones one might find in a public park. These are so named because of their house-like exterior. Use in this context is widely restricted to Europe.

3.(v) The act of anonymously meeting up with a member of the same sex at a public restroom ("cottage" - see above), with the intent of gettin' down n' dirty with them within.
1. Every rich person owns a cottage.

2. I must be getting to a cottage, or I'll soil my knickers!

3. Did you see that guy in the skinny jeans standing by the door of the bathroom? He is so cottaging.
by dont i know June 14, 2009
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(noun) A public lavatory, so named because it looks like a little cottage in a park. Term used by cruising queens.

(verb) To cottage - to hang about in a cottage, looking for trade.


Cottage Queen
Cottage Fodder
Sebastian met this totally gross old queen down the cottage and they had a good wank together.

He loved to go cottaging - you never know who you'll meet of an evening.

The cottage was heaving by midnight and the floor was swimming in spunk.
by Edna Sweetlove October 01, 2006
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A small house near a body of water or in the forest which families go to during summer and holidays. They're usually only afforded by the upper and upper-middle class. It should be noticed that 'cottage' is the Canadian terminology. In the greater United States a cottage is referred to as a 'camp.'
"We're going to our camp this weekend?"

"What!?! You own an entire camp?"


"Oh, we call that a cottage, in Canada."
by DesPERRYado October 10, 2005
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vt. "to cottage" - to engage in activities associated with a cottage
by Attilla the Hump June 13, 2003
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n. 1. A small, usually one story, house or vacation home. 2. Used informally to refer to one’s McMansion or pocket estate in the Hamptons.
We have a beach cottage in East Hampton.
by nucleus May 25, 2004
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