bivouacked bivouacked


  1. (n) temporary living quarters specially built by the army for soldiers
  2. (n) a site where people on holiday can pitch a tent
  3. (v) live in or as if in a tent


  1. That's made clear by the 1,000 Russian troops bivouacked just outside the capital with more on the way.
  2. Novalln left him bivouacked with food, a gas stove and a sleeping bag, as well as a realistic assessment of how long it might take for help to come.
  3. In the craggy jungles of the western Central Highlands around the town, six North Vietnamese regiments with a total strength of some 17,000 men have been bivouacked for months.


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