And that means comfort!
- 01.001 it was a hobbit-hole,
- 01.005 built the most luxurious hobbit-hole for her
- 01.005 in the beautiful hobbit-hole built by his father,
- 01.070 and very far from his hobbit-hole under The Hill.
- 01.110 and only of hobbit-holes).
- 03.004 in his hobbit-hole,
- 03.031 right back to his hobbit-hole without trouble.
- 04.002 and his little hobbit-hole.
- 04.017 and again for his nice bright hobbit-hole.
- 04.045 “Why, O why did I ever leave my hobbit-hole!”
- 08.074 of his far-distant hobbit-hole
- 09.012 in my hobbit-hole
- 11.020 in his hobbit-hole,
- 11.022 and his hobbit-hole under it.
- 15.035 in Bilbo’s little hobbit-hole.
- 19.037 in his nice hobbit-hole so very much.
Although “Hobbit” is listed in OED – and an invention of Tolkien’s – no hyphenated forms are.
“hobbit, n.” OED Online, Oxford University Press, June 2017, http://www.oed.com/view/Entry/87449. Accessed 14 September 2017.