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Hut

A small, simple shelter or dwelling. Can be constructed out of a variety of building materials
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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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No; she understood, and, after waiting awhile, she rose and crept from the hut, her blanket in her hand.
"Will you come with me?" I said, when I had done, "or will you creep back into the hut and bid me farewell?"
The audience must have lasted fully an hour when Al-tan signified that I might return to my hut. All the time Nobs had lain quietly at my feet; but the instant that I turned to leave, he was up and after me.
Another step and he would be within the hut. The black lowered his arms and relaxed.
Bertha Kircher found herself alone in a small hut to the palisade at the far end of the village street, and though she was neither bound nor guarded, she was assured by Usanga that she could not escape the village without running into almost certain death in the jungle, which the villagers assured them was infested by lions of great size and ferocity.
On they came to the portals of Kulonga's hut, the very one in which Tarzan had wrought his depredations.
The two savages, Kaviri and Mugambi, squatting before the entrance to Kaviri's hut, looked at one another--Kaviri with ill-concealed alarm.
Then just as the tumult was at its height Imotu the king, though he was very sick, crawled from his hut holding his wife by the hand, and followed by his little son Ignosi--that is, by interpretation, the Lightning.
The sentry's back was toward the corner of the hut which hid the giant black.
At last one day he came to a hut, in front of which sat a very old man.
He rose, as he spoke, to leave the hut. Crayford stopped him.
Having got warm in his corner, he fell asleep and did not leave the hut till toward evening.