Examples of cabin in a Sentence
a cabin in the woods
Don't unbuckle your seat belt until the flight attendant says it is safe to move around the cabin.
Recent Examples of cabin from the Web
Mukluk cabin will be on the right at the top of hill after the fork, about ¾ of a mile from the entrance.
Until there was a saw mill, there would be no lumber available, but with mountain winter already upon them, those first settlers needed shelter at once, and log cabins were the answer.
Even the Hawaiian broker seemed baffled, pointing out that log cabins aren’t exactly typical in a tropical climate.
The styling at the front uses design philosophies called Under Priority Catamaran and Keen Look; the cabin is Sensuous Minimalism.
But, Alderman said, that log cabin still can be useful as a way for that community to identify itself with Lincoln's legacy and to have a role in retelling his story.
The cabins are spartan, and none is larger than 120 square feet.
If your pet must travel, experts have several recommendations: — The cabin is safer than the cargo hold.
The cabin was actually a dog house currently unavailable for rent.
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Origin and Etymology of cabin
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
First Known Use of cabin
CABIN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cabin for English Language Learners
: a small, simple house made of wood
: a room that you can sleep in on a ship or boat
: the part of an airplane in which the passengers sit
CABIN Defined for Kids
Definition of cabin for Students
- a log cabin
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