From Dollywood to the wigwam Village Motel, the country never looked so sweet as through the eyes of a pooch.
They were all conducted into the wigwam of the principal chief.
He would go home to his wigwam so happy that he could scarcely sleep.
For the first time since she had come to the wigwam she felt lonesome.
His wigwam was large, though but a single room, and was crowded with his wives and children.
How strange must these gayeties have seemed to the dweller of the wigwam as the lights from the chteau shone out into the night!
It is not surprising that they should have been charmed with the ease, abundance, and freedom of life in the wigwam.
In former times the red man's wigwam, stood on these fields, and his council fires were kindled on this spot.
There are many of them, and our wigwam will again be full of fat venison.
The door of the wigwam lifted and fell again as each one entered.
1620s, from Algonquian (probably Eastern Abenaki) wikewam "a dwelling," said to mean literally "their house;" also said to be found in such formations as wikiwam and Ojibwa wiigiwaam and Delaware wiquoam.