hutment


hut·ment

noun \ˈhət-mənt\

Definition of HUTMENT

1
:  a collection of huts :  encampment
2
:  hut

Examples of HUTMENT

  1. <the arriving national guardsmen were forced to live in a hutment until permanent barracks could be constructed>
  2. <a group of shabby hutments that had been erected to shelter the refugees>

First Known Use of HUTMENT

1889

Browse

Next Word in the Dictionary: huts
Previous Word in the Dictionary: hutmaster
All Words Near: hutment

Seen & Heard

What made you want to look up hutment? Please tell us where you read or heard it (including the quote, if possible).