from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A group or supply of tents.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. accommodation in the form of a tent
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A collection of tents; an encampment.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The number or supply of tents.
- n. Tents collectively; a camp.
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The Director, Tourism and JKTDC were directed to ensure that adequate tentage facilities are available on both the routes for the yatries.
The arrangements for transportation, helicopter service, tentage have also been made, besides a contingency plan to tackle any eventuality.
All the tentage, tables, and chairs of the meal service and Pub that Central Lutheran had been using to support the assembly were pushed down and thrown around.
Meanwhile we do of course understand the custom of serving Pimms in and around tentage with our unreliable British summer and all.
An excellent array of tentage, and that command pavillion really does look the business.
That said, I believe it is still better to wear body-conscious clothes with some SHAPE to them than to try to camoflauge everything in enormous tentage.
But for the laborer who sits on the hard ground, watching a film under the tentage of a traveling theatre, perhaps fantasy is all he needs.
DEPUTY SECRETARY HAMRE: Well, the funds that we are spending in the Defense budget is really for things like the logistics, the transportation of meals ready-to-eat, tentage, blankets, things of that nature.
The minimum allowance of tentage and baggage as prescribed in
August -- forty-five days in the rainy season in Cuba, exposed to the torrid sun by day, to chilling dews by night, and the drenching rains of the afternoon, without shelter from any inclemencies of the weather, and this in spite of repeated applications to proper authorities for the suitable allowance of tentage.