- n. Plural form of igloo.
“Prime Minister Poutine, living in igloos, stuff like that.”
“By the end of the night, my Dad had her convinced that we all live in igloos and that he had a horse tied up outside.”
“Then he said, You know, the way we all live in igloos and have penguins in our backyard.”
“Inuit were contributors to Canada's gross national product during the fur trade and I was born into that even though we were living in igloos at the time.”
“We weren't really experts in igloos, so we started with what were really just wind breaks.”
“These bumps are called igloos or bunkers, and this is where the finished bombs are kept.”
“In the winter, when hunting, they reside in igloos.”
“Back of the igloos was a hill a couple of hundred feet high, and many times each day the men of the camp would climb it and look long and earnestly to the north, where the heaving billows of Hudson Straits and the sky line met, broken only here and there by huge icebergs that towered like great crystal mountains above the water.”
“These snow-houses, called igloos in the language of the Esquimaux, are constructed with great rapidity, and are admirably suited to the climate.”
“Eventually, the U.S. Army began storing chemical weapons there in partly-buried earthen bunkers, referred to as "igloos.”
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