A.Then he got fever, and had to be carried in a hammock slung under a pole.
I said goodnight, retreated, and slumped into my hammock, the rain slapping the tarp over me.
Curled up on the hammock, surrounded by their kids and puppies, it really looked like love.
A cot for Pen and a book shelf or two with a corner clothes closet and some hammock swung chairs completed the furniture.
And that reminds me: I have a hammock somewhere among my belongings.
Mimosas will presently make a sensitive-plant of him who hangs his hammock beneath their shade.
And Yates, swinging drowsily in his hammock, was no less gratified.
"I'm depending upon you for the bread," he said to the drowsy man in the hammock.
The Little Doctor stopped the hammock with her toe and sat up.
Tall Priscilla occupied the hammock, and Ruth was ensconced in a willow rocking-chair, with a hassock at her feet.
1650s, alteration of hamaca (1550s), from Spanish hamaca, from Arawakan (Haiti) word apparently meaning "fish nets" (cf. Yukuna hamaca, Taino amaca).