hovel definition

  • noun:
    • a little, miserable dwelling.
    • An open, reasonable lose.
    • An open shed for sheltering cattle, or safeguarding produce, etc., from the weather.
    • an unhealthy cottage; a little, mean home; a hut.
    • inside manufacture of porcelain, a sizable, conical stone construction around that your shooting kilns are grouped.
    • An open shed for sheltering cattle, or protecting produce, etc., through the weather condition.
    • an unhealthy cottage; a little, mean residence; a hut.
    • a big conical brick construction around that the firing kilns tend to be grouped.
    • An open shed for sheltering cattle, or for protecting produce, farming executes, etc., from the weather.
    • an unhealthy cottage; a tiny mean residence; a wretched habitation.
    • A canopy with dangling sides over a statue; a niche for a statue.
    • In porcelain production, a cone-shaped brick structure enclosed by the ovens or firing-kilns.
    • little crude protection used as a dwelling
  • verb:
    • to include a hovel; to protection.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To put in a hovel; to housing.
  • others:
    • to set up or as with a hovel; household meanly.
    • to make like an open hovel or shed: since, to hovel a chimney. See hoveling.

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