cabin[ kab-in ]SEE DEFINITION OF cabin
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CABIN
I wonder you got the nerve to sit there now with maybe ten men trailin' you to this cabin.
When we get to the circle of 'em, because they're all round the cabin, we'll drive at 'em together.
Andrew thanked him and went into the cabin to arrange for lights.
From this position he commanded with his rifle the sweep of hillside all around the cabin.
There was silence in the cabin for some minutes after his going forth.
As well as he was able, about midnight he left his retreat and approached the cabin.
These dogs, fortunately for me, were in the cabin at the time I approached it.
Afterwards, when Cyrus tiptoed down-stairs, he found the Captain at the cabin door.
A place was left, just inside of the cabin door, for the table.
I had been kept in the cabin, it is true, but our work had been of the most active kind.