Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bivouac.(verb)
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Use "bivouacs" in a sentence
"The ants set up temporary camps, called bivouacs, and don't always venture forth to eat on a given day."
"The two movements would be identical if only tea partiers also camped out for months in public spaces, disrupted day-to-day life in communities, covered up serious crimes committed in their bivouacs and called for an end to capitalist exploitation."
"Mr. Abbott had earlier angered indigenous-rights groups with remarks concerning the status of the Aboriginal Tent Embassy, a 40-year-old collection of bivouacs and tent shelters in the capital."