hovel


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Synonyms for hovel

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an ugly, squalid dwelling

Synonyms for hovel

small crude shelter used as a dwelling

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The only shelter they could find was hovel set aside for the animals of one of Bethlehem's inns.
Back at the hovel, Ruth toils away on the medieval equivalent of a Kevlar vest.
HM, according to her flunkies, is living in a crumbling hovel.
However, Lear does not realize the significance of this new experience until he enters the hovel.
I would be happy in a hovel - hovels are rare and quaintly Dickensian - and do not give a fig what people think of my home or the strange living room stench, which I believe is a hidden, dead mouse.
Secretary General Kofi Annan, former Czech President Vaclav Hovel, former U.
The apartment at the centre of Gristina's alleged vice ring has been branded the Hovel of Love after snaps revealed a seedy flat.
There may be a chance that you could get extra insulation for your hovel, but the main advice from our Old Etonians seems to be shop around for the baron who charges least.
Co-producers, Caroline Connor, Lindsay Hovel, Laura Mehlhaff.
One of the kids said:" The kidnappers kept us in a hovel and gave us no food.
New Street's big day - page 14 As the debate about the best route for high speed rail services continues to rage it would be all too easy to dismiss the importance of Birmingham's pounds 600 million New Street Gateway scheme, which yesterday saw contractors move onto the site to begin transforming a dingy hovel into a station fit for passengers in the 21st century.
Ali currently lives in a tiny hovel in the same rubbish strewn slum near railway tracks where Ismail lives.
From "a free distribution, tabloid-sized weekly newspaper" averaging 20 pages and headquartered in a "two-room hovel," Zelnik led the Herald to a modern office building in Rio Grande, New Jersey and to a page count up to 100 emphasizing news coverage of local government.
Described by estate agent Newland Rennie Wilkins as 'a detached, galvanised and timber bungalow', this remote hovel near Usk was lived in until resident Llewellyn Morgan died in January.