Hut


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Hut

A small, simple shelter or dwelling. Can be constructed out of a variety of building materials

hut

1. A rough and plain habitation; often a temporary shelter for soldiers.
2. A rustic cabin or similar slight structure.
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But for her comfort she dreamt the same dream a third time, and betook herself once more to the old witch's hut in the flowery meadow.
Their first discovery was the dead body of the sentry, and a moment later one of the bravest of them had entered the hut and discovered the absence of the prisoner.
Entering one of the huts, Captain Bonneville found the inhabitants just proceeding to cook a fine salmon.
So soon as this preliminary was completed, the three worthies left the house, and proceeded by the nearest road toward the hut.
If there was one report there might be others, so I looked round the hut in search of them.
Accordingly we entered the hut, which we found amply prepared for our comfort.
The women went back to the huts to clean up and prepare the supper, while a good many of the men strolled down the road to the public-house.
On they came to the portals of Kulonga's hut, the very one in which Tarzan had wrought his depredations.
Five minutes later, Denisov came into the hut, climbed with muddy boots on the bed, lit his pipe, furiously scattered his things about, took his leaded whip, buckled on his saber, and went out again.
My guard halted before one of the huts into which I was pushed; then two of the creatures squatted down before the entrance--to prevent my escape, doubtless.
Systematically we worked upward in both directions from our base, and when we had at last discovered what seemed might prove a feasible pass we moved our be-longings to a new hut farther up.
The sentry's back was toward the corner of the hut which hid the giant black.