Definition: crude dwelling; shack
Definition: crude dwelling; shack
Sentences Containing 'hut'
After the cannons destroyed a cedar-bark hut and a canoe, the parties negotiated compensation to resolve the dispute and Tzouhalem withdrew his forces.
After the Hut Tax War there was no more large-scale military resistance to colonialism.
Also nearby is an older, less well-equipped hut called Baldvinsskáli.
Among her works were "Romance of the Pyrenees" (1803), "Forest of Montalbano" (1810), and "The Hut and the Castle: a Romance" (1823).
Ancient fire pits were sometimes built in the ground, within caves, or in the center of a hut or dwelling.
At an altitude of 1,750 m is the "Reichenhaller Haus", an alpine hut of the "Deutscher Alpenverein" (Section Bad Reichenhall).
At Fimmvörðuháls, there is a comfortable, modern mountain hut owned by Útivist, one of the Icelandic hiking associations.
At the center of the Nordic center there is the Hale Hut, which sells a most needed cup of hot chocolate.
Bases for tours in the Tannheim Mountains are the Gimpelhaus (private), the Tannheim Hut (DAV), the Otto Mayr Hut (DAV) and the "Füssen Hut" (private).
Betwixt the hut and the fence, on the back side, was a lean-to that joined the hut at the eaves, and was made out of plank.
Breed's hut was standing only a dozen years ago, though it had long been unoccupied.
But when Kuchela returns home he finds that his modest hut has miraculously been turned into a palace.
Following his dog, Grady ends up at the Swamp Hermit's hut.
From Alpha hut the last leg of the track follows Marchant Ridge to Kaitoke.
From here the track continues south via a number of other sub-alpine peaks on the way to Alpha hut.
He was ailing at that time, poor fellow, and she married her lover, that she might tend and comfort him in our cottage our dog hut, as that man would call it.
Hunters would grunt into the call while saying "hut", "quit" or "ut".
I took this course when I went to lecture in Lincoln in the evening, traveling in no road and passing no house between my own hut and the lecture room.
In 1844, the residential house was sold to the Clam-Gallas family, local nobility, which reconstructed the house in a spectacular hunting hut.
In 1895, Gomani ordered his people not to pay the Hut tax, which Johnston had imposed.
In 1915 Alpha Hut was built followed two years later by the construction of Tauherenikau Hut.
It has a hut, located by Memorial Park in the centre of Marple.
It was a single platform with a wooden waiting hut situated on the north side of the line in a cutting near the villages of East Lyng and West Lyng.
It was as long as the hut, but narrow--only about six foot wide.
Later, Co enters the camp, in the guise of a prostitute, and comes to the hut in which Rambo is held captive.
Musashi eventually enters Baiken's hut, leading to shocked reactions from both Musashi and Tsujikaze.
Musashi, starving, happens upon a kindly hermit's hut, where he is fed and informed that Shishido Baiken is dead.
Now if his hut is of wood, and he paints it to protect it from the elements, nothing necessarily artistic has been done.
One day a man came to my hut from Lexington to inquire after his hound that made a large track, and had been hunting for a week by himself.
Or rather add unto them: hut as one that understandeth the true nature of all things that happen in the world.
Related to "both" "hut" as in Irish "bothan" and Gaelic "bothag".
She takes Nakoruru's weapon from her hut, which hasn't been touched since she came back.
The German Alpine Association (Hesselberg section with an office in Bechhofen) have built a small hut on the northern slope in order to support winter sports.
The krem is a musical instrument, a type of bamboo tube zither played by the Jah Hut group of the Orang Asli tribal peoples of Malaysia.
The main administrative building and clubs were of the larger Quonset hut type.
The mason who finishes the cornice of the palace returns at night perchance to a hut not so good as a wigwam.
The remainder of the party reached the temporary shelter of Hut Point and recovered there.
The series followed Klasse Möllberg who lives in a little hut in the tallest spruce of the Swedish forest and has Christmas fun.
The ski area opened in 1949 as Skyline, with two rope tows and a warming hut.
The team played its home games at Pizza Hut Park (the home of Major League Soccer's FC Dallas) in nearby Frisco, Texas.
The track starts at Otaki forks, proceeding to Kime Hut via Field Hut.
The two risings together are referred to as the Hut Tax War of 1898.
There is a large Guide presence which meets at a purpose built hut near All Saints' School.
There is nothing now to prevent my building myself a little hut on my plantation, and residing not twenty yards from you.
These, such as Bothan Eoropaidh, were used until recent years as gathering points for local men, and were often situated in an old hut or caravan.
They camped under a sail stretched over a "low pitiful hut" while it rained torrentially.
Today, the hut is called Šámalova chata.
Well, sir, I was very weak when I reached the hut."
When we got home the house was all dark and still; so we went on down to the hut by the ash-hopper for to examine it.
With all its magnificence, it still retains the simplicity of the hut from which it was evolved.
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