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Campin

/ˈkæmpɪn/
noun
1.
Robert. 1379–1444, Flemish painter, noted esp for his altarpieces: usually identified with the so-called Master of Flémalle.
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  • We all had been campin' on a regular mint of gold an' never knowed it.

    The Long Dim Trail Forrestine C. Hooker
  • Each one's got a claim, and they're campin' on the corners, so they'll be close together.

    Good Indian B. M. Bower
  • I'm like a Injun, I furgive 'n furgit, but I'm campin' on yer trail!

    A Man of Two Countries Alice Harriman
  • That willanous-lookin' rascal round there is campin' on me trail.

    Oswald Langdon Carson Jay Lee
  • Why, quit takin' you out huntin' and campin' and showin' you how to tell deer tracks from goat's tracks--and everything.

    Partners of Chance Henry Herbert Knibbs
  • Well, but mayn't they do it anyhow, just as they are a campin' there, anyhow?

    Captain Sam George Cary Eggleston
  • No campin' in the brush for me while Sneed is ridin' the country lookin' for his stock.

    Partners of Chance Henry Herbert Knibbs
  • An officer rode by this morning an' he told me part of the army was campin' ten miles across on the other road.

    The Battle Ground Ellen Glasgow
  • I suppose they're this here bunch what's campin' down by the brook and been runnin' all over the country to-day?

    Troop One of the Labrador Dillon Wallace
  • We're so used to campin' out that we couldn't breathe in-doors—eh, Tom?

    Ben's Nugget Horatio, Jr. Alger

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