If you should miss your way, the first thing to remember is like the Indian, "You are not lost; it is the teepee that is lost."
He seldom paid that honour to any teepee except his own and that of the chief.
She remained within her teepee and wept in secret, for none knew that she had the right to mourn.
She grunted again and pointed over her shoulder to the teepee.
This changed the teepee from a stifling hothouse into a cool, breezy shade.
At the door of his teepee he picked up the two little carcasses and entered.
In his forest life, it is a matter of course with him to leave the teepee poles just as they stand, removing only the covering.
The teepee was small, but there I found a sick man who listened to the Word.
It was known beyond the question of a doubt that Mrs. Budlong had purchased food and kept it in her teepee.
A little cloud of white smoke was spiraling up from the door of a teepee.
1743, ti pee, from Dakota (Siouan) thipi "dwelling, house."