tent peg

Definition of tent peg

  1. :  a pointed piece of wood or metal that is pushed into the ground to hold the corners of a tent in position

Word by Word Definitions

tentplay
  1. :  a collapsible shelter of fabric (such as nylon or canvas) stretched and sustained by poles and used for camping outdoors or as a temporary building

    :  dwelling

    :  something that resembles a tent or that serves as a shelter

  1. :  to reside for the time being :  lodge

    :  to live in a tent

    :  to cover with or as if with a tent

  1. :  to attend to

  1. :  a small usually cylindrical pointed or tapered piece (as of wood) used to pin down or fasten things or to fit into or close holes :  pin, plug

    :  clothespin

    :  a predetermined level at which something (as a price) is fixed

  1. :  to put a peg into

    :  to pin (laundry) on a clothesline

    :  to attach or fix as if with a peg: such as

  1. :  wide at the top and narrow at the bottom


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