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
Weaver, his daughters and a friend holed up in the family’s cabin for 11 days before surrendering on Aug. 31, 1992.
But then things take another surprising turn when another camper can be heard outside the cabin.
Prices dropped across all cabins, with business class worst hit as some premium travelers downgraded to coach with crude still in the doldrums.
One witness told CBS News that passengers became aware of the murder when a young girl came running out of the cabin, saying her parents had been in a fight.
Here lies the old foundation of a cabin, where its resident raised goats and made cheese circa 1938.
Imagine owning a cluster of rustic A-frame cabins tucked deep in the Cascades.
There’s cabin compartments that are fully open to do fun science experiments and activities.
Attached to one of the beams is a dainty iron chandelier with curved arms and crystals dangling from them, a soft touch to its cabin-like architecture.
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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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