- n. Plural form of tent.
“Ms. Bond cringes at the word "tents" to describe the three fabric-walled Sprung structures that were erected in 2008 on the grounds of two provincial prisons.”
“In the background, from the tangle of skin tents and drying frames, rose the voices of the fisher folk.”
“We camped in tents, cooked our own meals and no guides except ourselves.”
“Back then, many of the climbers lived hand to mouth, squatting in tents at Camp Four all summer long, climbing by day, gulping jug wines by night.”
“There were still people living in tents there in 1997.”
“There are about a million and a half people still living in tents and the tents are wearing a way because people are not supposed to live in tents that long.”
“It said hundreds more Haitians were being treated in tents elsewhere.”
“Doctors Without Borders said it had already treated more than 300 people in tents near where its Martissant health center was damaged.”
“Many are still living in tents and underneath tarps.”
“Many of his prisoners are housed in tents and forced to wearpink underwear, and he once boasted of feeding them on less than a dollar aday.”
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A richly peopled category of palace residents back in the 15th century, which I propose to elevate to yet more ludicrous heighths
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