- n a Native American tent; usually of conical shape
- The four-year teepee-camp program is being funded by an $803,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation as part of its Healthy Nations program to reduce the damage caused by .
- And her teepee sleepovers and earth-lodge exhibits are part of something more significant than attracting tourist dollars.
- They slept in impossibly close quarters, often sharing the same buffalo-skin teepee with an Indian woman, a French-Canadian interpreter and their baby.
- Brendan Sullivan in Baltimore Sun
They have a saying in their house that when it comes to things in and out of the teepee, the wife controls,Sullivan said.
- Garry Kasparov in Tampabay.com
Ray was drawn instantly to the chess pieces, Gary wrote, the "horses and castles and teepee-shaped objects" that slid in funny ways across the board.
- Ted Stevens in The Hill
What goes on in the house is Catherine's business. What goes on outside in the house is my business,said Stevens, 84, likening his statement to an old saying about "in the teepee out of the teepee."