reside in or just as if in a tent
- an internet that resembles a tent or carpet
- a portable shelter (usually of canvas stretched over promoting poles and fastened to the floor with ropes and pegs)
- some sort of wine of a deep red color mainly from Galicia or Malaga in Spain called also tent wine and tinta
- Attention regard care
- for attending to heed thus to shield to hinder
- To probe or to search with a tent maintain open with a tent concerning tent a wound Used additionally figuratively
- A roll of lint or linen or a conical or cylindrical piece of sponge or any other absorbent made use of mainly to dilate an all natural canal maintain open the orifice of a wound or even to soak up discharges
- A pavilion or transportable lodge comprising skins fabric or some strong fabric extended and suffered by poles utilized for sheltering persons from climate specially troops in camp
- To lodge as a tent to tabernacle
- a type of wine of a deep red colorization, chiefly from Galicia or Malaga in Spain; -- called additionally tent wine, and tinta.
- Attention; respect, care.
- objective; design.
- for carrying on; to heed; thus, to shield; to impede.
- To probe or even to search with a tent; to help keep available with a tent; since, to tent a wound. Used also figuratively.
- A roll of lint or linen, or a conical or cylindrical bit of sponge or other absorbent, utilized chiefly to dilate a natural canal, to hold open the orifice of a wound, or even to take in discharges.
- A probe for looking around a wound.
- A pavilion or lightweight lodge composed of skins, fabric, or some strong fabric, extended and sustained by poles, -- useful for sheltering persons from weather, particularly troops in camp.
- The representation of a tent utilized as a bearing.
- To lodge as a tent; to tabernacle.
c.1300, "portable protection of skins or coarse cloth stretched over poles," from Old French tente "tent, hanging, tapestry" (12c.), from Medieval Latin tenta "a tent," virtually "something stretched-out," noun utilization of fem. singular of Latin tentus "stretched," variant previous participle of tendere "to stretch" (see tenet). The notion is of "extending" hides over a framework. Tent caterpillar first recorded 1854, so called through the tent-like silken webs which they live gregariously.
- "to camp in a tent," 1856, from tent (letter.). Early in the day "to pitch a tent" (1550s). Related: Tented; tenting.
(letter.) A kind of wine of a deep red color, chiefly from Galicia or Malaga in Spain; -- labeled as additionally tent wine, and tinta.
- (n.) Attention; regard, treatment.
- (n.) Intention; design.
- (v. t.) For attending; to heed; therefore, to shield; to impede.
- (v. t.) To probe or to search with a tent; maintain open with a tent; because, to tent a wound. Used also figuratively.
- (n.) A roll of lint or linen, or a conical or cylindrical piece of sponge or other absorbent, made use of mainly to dilate a natural channel, maintain available the orifice of a wound, or even to soak up discharges.
- (n.) A probe for looking a wound.
- (n.) A pavilion or lightweight lodge consisting of skins, fabric, or some strong cloth, stretched and sustained by poles, -- used for sheltering individuals from the climate, especially troops in camp.
- (letter.) The representation of a tent used as a bearing.
- (v. i.) To lodge as a tent; to tabernacle.
Forgetting his tent in the forest, he would have to share a tent with his friend.