two-man tent

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n two-man tent a tent designed for occupancy by two persons
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Usage

In literature:

Tent load, two men; grub and kitchen, five men; personal, one man; bed, one man; miscellaneous, one or two.
"The Land of Footprints" by Stewart Edward White
Androvsky looked again at the two tents as a man looks at two enemies.
"The Garden Of Allah" by Robert Hichens
Almost at the same moment a second man appeared from the tent, bearing two huge skillets in one hand and a big pot in the other.
"Flower of the North" by James Oliver Curwood
Andy had made out the man whom Parks had called Duske carrying two cans of gasoline past a tent.
"Airship Andy" by Frank V. Webster
As there was ample room for only two persons, Koo-loo-ting-wah, my leading man, was invited to share the tent.
"My Attainment of the Pole" by Frederick A. Cook
So the two Zunis, the medicine man and a brave whom he selected, advanced eagerly, and vanished inside the tent.
"The Broncho Rider Boys Along the Border" by Frank Fowler
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In news:

A 73-year-old Quincy man pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges of attempting to set fire to a tent on a beach with two people sleeping inside, authorities said.
I was going out of my mind in my two-man tent.
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