tent peg

tent peg (plural tent pegs)

  1. A peg, driven into the ground, to hold a rope that supports a tent.
    Upon arrival at the campsite, they discovered that they had forgotten the tent pegs; they had to use rocks and logs to tether the tent instead.
  • (peg driven into ground to support tent) spike, stake

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