Examples of hut in a Sentence
smoke rose from a fisherman's hut on the shore of the lake
Recent Examples of hut from the Web
Entire villages have been burned with flame throwers, boys and girls locked in straw huts, and lit on fire.
On the hill’s summit was a small hut, surrounded by maybe a half-dozen pine trees.
Still, Moada sat beside her hut made of leaves and dared to be optimistic.
For Wallace, this would mark the end of a productive day and the return to his meager hut.
In August, the military tore down Camp Iguana, a prison within the prison of wooden huts where the Pentagon housed captives who had been ordered released by the courts as unlawfully detained.
On Tuesday evening, Glossip ate his last meal for a second time: a medium double bacon double cheese pizza from Pizza hut, two orders of fish and chips from Long John Silver’s, a Baconator and strawberry malt from Wendy’s.
But Rowling's intentions are surely much different than Hagrid's, who lived and entertained guests (and injured hippogriffs) in his little hut.
The group had set off from an Alpine hut earlier in the day to cross the famed Aletsch Glacier in southern Switzerland to the Fiescheralp area.
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Origin and Etymology of hut
First Known Use: 1655See Words from the same year
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Definition of hut for English Language Learners
: a small and simple house or building
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