Quonset hut

NOUN
  1. a prefabricated hut of corrugated iron having a semicircular cross section
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How To Use Quonset hut In A Sentence

  • And none of them were all that much cheaper or easier to build than a Quonset hut or a Butler barn.
  • About a dozen sows had just farrowed, and they snuggled with their piglets in little Quonset huts. Principled Pork
  • The main building has a false front, an ersatz log cabin applied to a World War II-era Quonset hut.
  • A small part of the vast military camp had survived and this section was wired off and some extra quonset huts and a log-cabin recreation center built and training equipment set up. Jamyang Norbu: Remembering Tibet's Freedom Fighters
  • In his Quonset hut workshop that smells of leather and wax, the three become one.
  • This camp, unlike the four earlier camps where I had lived, consisted of barracks rather than Quonset huts.
  • But the word hooch was (and is) used by soldiers in Korea and Japan to refer to quonset huts and other structures. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XI No 1
  • This camp, unlike the four earlier camps where I had lived, consisted of barracks rather than Quonset huts.
  • We taxied to a corner of the tarmac, near the customs hall, and like a scene out of Casablanca, the douane was constructed out of an old army metal Quonset hut, with one overhanging light illuminating the sign. One From The Hart
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