or te·pee, ti·pi
Origin of teepee
Words nearby teepee
How to use teepee in a sentence
According to a website of the tribe’s history, she was afraid the teepee would go up in flames and told him to lay very still.
He eventually found his grandmother hiding in a teepee packed with people, according to Mae Parry’s writings.
Start collecting fuel before it gets too dark, and build a teepee fire.
Having finished his smoke, he emptied the ashes out of the bowl of the pipe and laid it against the teepee-pole at his back.
The little fires were sportively burning outside of each teepee, where the morning meal had been prepared.
Thus laughingly exclaimed old Hohay as he approached the teepee of Sheyaka, a renowned hunter of the Sioux.
For a time a teepee where no one was sick could scarcely be found, and it was a rare day when there was no funeral.Mary and I|Stephen Return Riggs
A little pale smoke was rising over the thicket, and he also saw a conical skin teepee, while on the shore were three bullboats.The Outdoor Chums After Big Game|Captain Quincy Allen