Hovels [noun]

Definition of Hovels:

tiny unkempt house

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Sentence/Example of Hovels:

Alessandro's face haunted him, and also the memory of Ramona's, as she lay tossing and moaning in the wretched Cahuilla hovel.

For several days previous, I had been actively engaged in building my own little room, and making our hovel comfortable.

Maria and Sebastian were brought up in a hovel with a mud floor, and only one room, shared with the donkey and the goat.

Kent, still unrecognized by Lear, endeavors to persuade him to take refuge in a hovel.

A woman was at the entrance to our hovel, looking down full at us.

They had placed it keel upwards close to the wall of the bamboo hovel.

But without turning he bade Matilda follow him, and the two were swallowed up in the dim interior of the hovel.

War is raging between kingdoms for the possession of a hovel, which possessed, the quarrel were no nearer settlement than before!

I followed them; they led me to the foot of a mound which was surmounted by a deserted, dilapidated hovel.

Yet the native Australian seems always merry, and he would not exchange his filthy hovel for the palace of a prince.