Thesaurus / leanto
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The camp was simply a shed or leanto, open on one side, and in front of this shed the fire was built of beech and maple logs.
FIFTY YEARS A HUNTER AND TRAPPERELDRED NATHANIEL WOODCOCK
Be careful not to set the leanto on fire with the sparks from your camp fire.
With this kind of a fire and with a leanto, it is possible to keep warm in the woods, on the coldest, night in winter.
This is the way to build a brush leanto: First cut two sticks and drive them into the ground.
An open window, a leanto roof, a trellis and a high fence,—no decent prisoner could help escaping.
STAGE-COACH AND TAVERN DAYSALICE MORSE EARLE
He must look out to be near plenty of firewood and leanto material.
A leanto for the bivouacker can then be kept down to three pounds.
You must have a windbreak of cloth leanto, boughs, or rocks.
In making the leanto at home the lightest material should be used.
It was a very comfortable house, with four rooms and a leanto, with a stone chimney.
EVERY DAY LIFE IN THE MASSACHUSETTS BAY COLONYGEORGE FRANCIS DOW