hovel hovel  /ˈhə vəl/


  • (n) small crude shelter used as a dwelling



  1. Bingeing in her Bangkok hovel, they share a tablet of meth, called 'yaba' or mad medicine by the Thais.
  2. Lincoln's journey from a frigid hovel to a toasty double parlor was a personal declaration of independence, his emancipation from poverty's dead end.
  3. Suddenly to our right we saw a tiny green hovel.


  • Cowboys blast Wadena, 35-0

    Breckenridge’s Jordan Christensen (65), Levi Sokness (37) and Damion Van Hovel (66) create a huge alley for running back Jack Hiedeman to score the game’s opening touchdown Tuesday night.
    on October 24, 2013     Source: The Wahpeton Daily News


  • "You live in a dirty filthy hovel, girls," Kim says.
    on Sep 8, 2004 By: Kim Woodburn Source: CBS News

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