noun, Informal.
a room or other area in a home that is primarily a male sanctuary, designed and furnished to accommodate the man’s recreational activities, hobbies, etc.:
The basement is my husband’s man cave—during football season, you can usually find him down there watching the game with his buddies on the big-screen TV.

an area within a house frequented by a man, as a workshop, garage, basement, or den

He went off to his man cave to carve and stain wooden boxes.
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