Thesaurus / huts
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


The lake dwellers had fires, both on shore and in their huts over the water.

Tobuts, on the north side of the Tokachi, is the largest Ainu village in the district, and has as many as sixty huts.

Alone with the Hairy AinuA. H. Savage Landor

Upon this a musket with small shot was fired at his legs, on which he scampered off to the huts.

Captain CookW.H.G. Kingston

The beef had been quartered and roasted on a spit over a charcoal fire, outside one of the huts.

During the growing season they lived in huts on the fields; during the winter in the towns in adobe houses.

Here the country is more populous and better cultivated, the natives a finer race, and the huts larger and better constructed.

Leafy huts were being begun; courts smeared with paste, and the inside of the huts scrubbed.

The flesh of their sheep feeds them; they are clothed with their skins; huts of wood and clay form their habitations.

A Philosophical Dictionary, Volume 4 (of 10)Franois-Marie Arouet (AKA Voltaire)

Here the Hindu peasants have their huts of bamboo-canes and straw-matting, and here they cultivate their wheat, rice, and fruits.

From Pole to PoleSven Anders Hedin

Early in the day, we passed a group of seventy huts, capable of holding from twelve to fifteen men each.


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