dugout

[ duhg-out ]SEE DEFINITION OF dugout

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DUGOUT

I caught the body, pulled it back into the dugout, but it was too late.

I didn't wait for more, but scrambled out of the dugout as fast as I could.

He might even have wondered how the logs of that dugout had been hauled to the shelf on which it stood.

It was his first acquaintance with a dugout, nor was he impressed with the comfort it displayed.

A flood of wintry sunshine suffused the interior of the dugout.

We also built a boat here, or rather made a dugout, so we could explore the river.

I just love to be in a boat, any kind of boat from a dugout to a cedar canoe.

Then the wood was removed, and the dugout and shaft collapsed.

The two Baxters—Jake and Joel—were coming in their dugout to do it.

In this manner I crept along the path till the dugout arrived at the rapids.

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