He passed other bivouacs—men of Rodes's, of Garland's, of Trimble's.
Many have died these last days on the road or at the bivouacs.
Bivouacs are under the best of circumstances mere makeshifts.
Lee moved his corps close to the bivouacs of the army in blue.
Amongst the hills, the New Zealanders cleared the Turks from their bivouacs.
The soldiers visited through the bivouacs and in Washington.
Huts and bivouacs and batteries were raised and burned down.
Then, turning again to view the bivouacs, a stir was seen at all points.
All round the edge are bivouacs, built of sticks and waterproof sheets.
By the margin of the St. John's, the forest was alive with their bivouacs.