Examples of hut in a Sentence
smoke rose from a fisherman's hut on the shore of the lake
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Two hike-in huts — Haskell Hut and Big Spring Brook Hut — have bunk space that can be reserved by emailing email@example.com.
In 1900, during the Boer War, the British began relocating more than 200,000 civilians, mostly women and children, behind barbed wire into bell tents or improvised huts.
Hoover is the only state team to beat McGill this season, hut the Bucs are inconsistent.
The 6,000 people who live in the marshes dwell in thatch huts and barns, relying on fishing and the raising of water buffaloes.
In Enewari, a short distance from where Yeshi lives, colorful storefronts checker the streets and families live in round, thatched roof huts made of grass, wood sticks, and mud.
The only comfortable accommodations in the park’s acres are the Ecohabs, a cluster of jungle huts overlooking the water.
The village’s rundown school and a smattering of rice paddies sit across the road from thousands of acres of bamboo huts covered by black tarp, a safe harbor for the refugees fleeing ethnic violence in Burma.
Newspapers carried pictures of soldiers injured, huts burning, chaos in villages.
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