[ huht-muh nt ]
/ ˈhʌt mənt /
an encampment of huts.
- hutchinson's teeth,
- hutchinson's triad,
- hutchinson, anne,
- hutchinson, thomas,
- hutchinson-gilford syndrome,
- hutton, james,
Origin of hutment
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Examples from the Web for hutment
Long before the hour announced for the service the soldier boys had crowded the hutment to its greatest capacity.
When the General entered the hutment all of the men stood and uncovered and the band stopped abruptly in the middle of a strain.
/ (ˈhʌtmənt) /
mainly military a number or group of huts
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