An enclosure of bushes or stakes protecting a campsite or village in northeast Africa.(noun)
A campsite or village protected by such an enclosure.(noun)
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Use "zareba" in a sentence
"I have been having it over with black Mak, and he's quite at home here and is on the look out for a place where we can build up what they calls a zareba of bushes and rock with a good fire inside."
"Luttrell had an hour free, and the zareba was the one spectacle in"
"It was well past noon when Nefer crept up close to them, and climbed a tamarind tree from which he could spy over the thornbush zareba that surrounded the camp."