wigwam|wigwams in English
[wig·wam || 'wɪgwɑm /-wæm]
American Indian tent made with a wooden framework and bark or leather coverings; temporary structure for political convention (Slang)
Use "wigwam|wigwams" in a sentence
1. Mary ran out of the wigwam.
2. The Old Manse is better than a thousand wigwams .
3. These two wigwams lie with their wide ends together.
4. Mr Dewey and Mrs Dewey have a small wigwam.
5. The wigwam made not be very uncomfortable because of big moisture.
6. Out of the wigwam crawled the boy who'd shot the arrow.
7. I saw a wigwam as soon as I entered (but no casinos).
8. Philip watched as the wigwam boy kicked a football at the snowman.
9. But there warn't no answer, and nobody come out of the wigwam.
10. Like I told you, you can read about it in the next issue of the Wigwam.
11. The Choctaw Indians' wigwams, made from mud, cane and straw, were in the form of a bee-hive.
12. Outside the nucleus, parts of the cytoplasmic skeleton form themselves into two conical structures, like the frames of two wigwams.
13. He is there, " said the wise woman, and she pointed to a place in the wigwam ."
14. Would the savage have been wise to exchange his wigwam for a palace on these terms?
15. Over the top he managed to draw together two or three bushes, and the improvised wigwam was complete.
16. 6) Outside the nucleus, parts of the cytoplasmic skeleton form themselves into two conical structures, like the frames of two wigwams.
17. So the duke and the king went to overhauling our wigwam , to see what the beds was like.
18. A boy looked out of a toy wigwam and fired an arrow with a rubber end at the car.
19. Or you could construct on the ground a cone-type wigwam or shelter made of branches and bushes.
20. Tomatoes leaned on stakes, runner beans twined round a wigwam of canes and rambling roses rambled over their appointed places.
21. So you've been holed up here, or in a wigwam or before that in some cave, listening to stories, reading books?
22. In the summer bull trout forge 50 miles upstream from Lake Koocanusa to spawn in the Wigwam River drainage in British Columbia.
23. The tepee became a popular symbol of all Indians, although the wigwam, wickiup, hogan, igloo, and longhouse were at least as important.
24. The Wigwam Resort is turning its ballroom into a football stadium with a huge rear-projection screen flanked by Roman Colosseum-like pillars.
25. John lived in a boat turned upside down on the sands, Michael in a wigwam, Wendy in a house of leaves deftly sewn together.