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an act or instance of
; lodgment in a camp.
the place or quarters occupied in camping; camp.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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He did so, but reported that it would have to be made in rear of the line of
as it then ran.
They made a sort of
by the wayside, and the pony became happy in the hedge.
They are always required to leave all their arms a mile or two away before they come into the
One second, you'd be creeping up on an enemy
, the next you'd be pulverized by a kamikaze pilot.
At the back of the
, a group had gathered in a circle.
Crowds in the park have thinned considerably since the city cleaned out their
, ostensibly in the name of hygiene.
Everyone would rush to the pavilion in middle of the
Organizers distributed a map with several possible locations for an
When you live close to an illegal
and find neighbours' homes being looted, and you read these stories, you complain.
Walking through an
of several hundred could succeed in finding people smoking pot.
British Dictionary definitions for
the act of setting up a camp
the place where a camp, esp a military camp, is set up
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