tent

Part of speech: verb

To cover with or as with a tent; camp out.

Part of speech: noun

A shelter of canvas or the like, supported by poles, and fastened by cords to pegs in the ground.

Part of speech: verb

To keep open with a tent; also, to probe.

Part of speech: noun

A small roll, as of lint, to keep a wound, etc., open.

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Usage examples "tent":

  1. Why didn't she move into a tent near them? - "The Desert Valley", Jackson Gregory.
  2. I came to your tent; I found it empty. - "Bye-Ways", Robert Smythe Hichens.
  3. But love for us means a tent in the desert- a hut on a mountain- it can never mean what we could buy with money. - "The Trumpeter Swan", Temple Bailey.