from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of tepee.
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- n. A cone-shaped tent traditionally used by many native peoples of the Great Plains of North America.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See tepee.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a Native American tent; usually of conical shape
But after the betrothal, a teepee is erected for the presents that pour in from both sides.
Yet during the following ten years of defensive war he was never known to make a speech, though his teepee was the rendezvous of the young men.
The young woman is set apart under the care of two of her friends, somewhat older, and a little wigwam, called a teepee, just big enough for the three, is made for them, to which they retire.
If done correctly, you should have a loosely packed tower or "teepee"
The best type of fire structure is the "teepee" because it sheds water and burns fast,
Next he's gonna 'head back to his trash bag "teepee" and upload the photo to his old, broken B&W Sanyo TV, then print the photo on an old fading sheet of the WashPost, and then show it to all his good buddy homeless pals under the E Street bridge?
His thatch teepee-shaped home is the last stop in tiny East Timor.
He said he plans to spend Saturday reading in a teepee he built on his property.
Lesser for The Wall Street Journal Eighth-graders Drew Hickman, left, and Fatima Ndiaye show off their teepee paleo Indian shelter to a couple of younger students.
Sans the bed, mirror, lights, bug spray and amenities of our promised "package," these were just teepee shaped tents.