Definition of Cabana

1. Noun. A small tent used as a dressing room beside the sea or a swimming pool.

Generic synonyms: Collapsible Shelter, Tent



Definition of Cabana

1. Noun. a cabin or hut for relaxing ¹

2. Noun. A shelter on a beach or at a swimming pool. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Cabana

1. a small cabin [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cabana

cabalist
cabalistic
cabalistical
cabalistically
cabalists
caballed
caballer
caballero
caballeros
caballers
caballine
caballing
cabals
cabalzarite
caban
cabana (current term)
cabanas
cabane
cabaret
cabarets
cabas
cabbage
cabbage-bark tree
cabbage bark
cabbage goiter
cabbage palm

Literary usage of Cabana

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1. Standard Guide to Cuba: A New and Complete Guide to the Island of Cuba by Foster & Reynolds Co (1905)
"THE FORTIFICATION OF cabana—or, to give it the full title, Castillo de San Carlos de la cabana—occupies an elevated site on the hill, which rises loo feet ..."

2. Sketches of Residence and Travels in Brazil: Embracing Historical and by Daniel Parish Kidder (1845)
"Copa cabana.—Tlie Sugar-Loaf.—Botanical Garden. OUR first residence in Rio de Janeiro was at the Largo da Gloria, in the family of the Rev. Mr. Spaulding. ..."

3. Travels in South America: From the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean by Paul Marcoy (1875)
"The Lake of Gold and Lake of Silver.—Elegy on a rooster.—A night at Compuerta.—The landscape and other things worth observing.— cabana and Cabanilla. ..."

4. Notes of a Pianist by Louis Moreau Gottschalk (1881)
"... on the right by the no less formidable Eort cabana, built in the rock, and bristling like its opposite neighbour with a triple row of open jaws. ..."

5. Under Three Flags in Cuba: A Personal Account of the Cuban Insurrection and by George Clarke Musgrave (1899)
"... cesspool from Havana to La cabana, and without molestation passed with a group of officers down the slope to the death-ditch, Los Laureles. ..."

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