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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of hut.

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Examples

  • The pure bracing air, magnificent views, the proximity and accessibility of glaciers, and the presence of a kind friend who was 'hutted' there for the summer, made Sonamarg a very pleasant halt before entering upon the supposed seventies of the journey to Lesser Tibet.

    Among the Tibetans

  • Both have reason for their choices, but the times have brought the status of the estate worker slave and the 'hutted' servus casatus very close together, and that of the colonus close to both.

    A Corner of Tenth-Century Europe

  • It is so incongruous that it needs the explanatory plaque beside it, and some imagination to visualise the hutted camp that once was here.

    Country diary: New Forest

  • In Toronto, an advanced civilization far superior to the surrounding dung hutted villages filled with mud encrusted peasants, criminals are not treated like criminals.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • The pure bracing air, magnificent views, the proximity and accessibility of glaciers, and the presence of a kind friend who was ‘hutted’ there for the summer, made Sonamarg a very pleasant halt before entering upon the supposed seventies of the journey to Lesser Tibet.

    Among the Tibetans

  • Kashef was bound to come to his aid, and had accordingly brought with him about sixty men, with whom I found him encamped, or rather hutted, on the western side of the river, close under the walls of the castle, while his brother Mohammed had possession of the eastern bank, with an equal number of men.

    Travels in Nubia

  • A parks board spokesman said some of the strategies that could be implemented include providing cheaper alternatives to the current hutted camps, such as tented camps and subsidising visits by groups of schoolchildren.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • American soldiers, however, are hardly likely to be hutted, I suppose; so I need say no more than that in huts and tents alike it is indispensable to health that there should be air-holes, -- large spaces, sheltered from rain, -- in the highest part of the structure, whether the entrance below be open or closed.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 08, No. 49, November, 1861

  • It was one of those innumerable hutted campments behind

    The Seventeenth Highland Light Infantry (Glasgow Chamber of Commerce Battalion) Record of War Service, 1914-1918

  • New York, the British army was placed in winter-quarters, and Washington moved his troops to Middlebrook, in New Jersey, where they hutted, as in

    The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III. From George III. to Victoria

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