Recent Examples of tepee from the Web
Hinman said part of the farm’s appeal was sitting around a fire in the tepee and drinking hot cocoa.
Attendees were housed in white tepee-like tents, with portable toilets set up down a dirt path.
The bigwigs from the company Grandad founded - by burning grasslands and bulldozing tepees - are invited, and Andrew hopes the old man will give him a hoary thumbs-up with the board and win him a promotion.
There’s pictures of them with wolves in front of their tepees.
Organizers had installed a skateboard ramp, a DJ and a garden tepee for those tender Tinder moments.
During this free beach picnic, families can enjoy a tepee village, an interactive drum circle, a Bahamian Junkanoo marching band, fresh ceviche, coconut water and a fashion show.
Acres of land were covered with tents and, yes, tepees.
Family central is the lower center court, which has a new grass lawn, a children’s play tepee, a corn hole game and a colorful hanging display of cloth parasols that resemble huge floral blooms.
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Origin and Etymology of tepee
First Known Use: 1743See Words from the same year
TEPEE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tepee for English Language Learners
: a tent that is shaped like a cone and that was used in the past by some Native Americans as a house
TEPEE Defined for Kids
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