Crossword clues for cabana
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1898, western U.S., from American Spanish cognate of cabin (q.v.).
n. 1 a cabin or hut for relaxing 2 A shelter on a beach or at a swimming pool.
n : a small tent used as a dressing room beside the sea or a swimming pool
Cabana, cabanas or cabañas may refer to:
- Cabana (structure), either a small hut built with a thatched roof, or a recreational structure with at least one wall open at a beachside or poolside club
Cabana or Cabaña may refer to either an "indigenous hut" or a "recreational structure".
Usage examples of "cabana".
This made Raymo a figure of respect among his fellow prisoners during the twenty months they would spend in the fortress of La Cabana listening to rifle reports from the moat, where the executions took place, each crisp volley followed by a precise echo, an afterclap, as the prisoners thought about the dog that lived in the moat, lapping up blood.
I leave word at the desk to have Marag go on down to my cabana if he shows up before I return.
Birdland variety, at cabana clubs, who dances the merengue with the proper hip movements, whose person is all one, the same person.
The first meeting with the naked brown body on the roof of the Floridiana Cabana Club.
Initially, the project called for shore-to-shore cabanas, ersatz beaches and a gift shop to sell the sort of tasteful merchandise that heatstroked, booze-addled tourists seem to favor.
I started with a fast walk and then broke into a trot when I reached the beachfront park that runs along Cabana Boulevard.
Treefe was credited, in part, with having tracked down two of the Tiger Mob, who were working as cabana boys at a swanky resort near Miami.
She would wander around the zoo, sit in the shade of her cabana looking at the muddy sea, and browse idly through the magazines she brought along.
I live a block from the beach on a side street that provides overflow parking when Cabana Boulevard gets jammed.
I walked half a block down and one block over, crossing Cabana Boulevard to the bike path that parallels the beach.
I ran a mile and a half down to the Cabana Recreation Center, did a U-turn, and then ran the mile and a half back, finally slowing to a brisk walk as I headed for home.
I took a right on Cabana Boulevard and followed the road as it wound along the beach.
Rather than putting his clothes in the large cabana, he shucked his shirt and dropped it over a chaise, then took off his pants and did the same with them.
Malcolm tapped his horn and gave a final wave, turning left on Cabana while I turned right and headed for the freeway.
Alacrity remote-aimed at a cabana and decorative features of the villa, as they in turn salvoed at the tower.