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Alternative clues for the word camped

Slept under the stars

Settled down securely

Went to a jamboree, maybe



Word definitions for camped in dictionaries

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Camp \Camp\ (k[a^]mp), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Camped (k[a^]mt; 215); p. pr. & vb. n. Camping .] To afford rest or lodging for, as an army or travelers. Had our great palace the capacity To camp this host, we all would sup together. --Shak.

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
vb. (en-past of: camp )

Usage examples of camped.

When we camped at dusk we were more than twenty miles from the scene of the fight.

We camped there near the mouth of a creek and gave up a day to fishing and smoking the fish.

The Indians seemed to have gone downstream but they might have camped nearby.

Some miles further we camped the night on a sandbar covered with willows, building a small fire for the smoke to keep the mosquitoes away, and at daybreak we were in the canoe once more.

At night we camped on a muddy point and killed a water moccasin as we landed.

We camped where we could watch the entrance and settled down to rest, and to complete work on our buffalo hides.

There were indications that they came to this valley and camped here, although so far we had seen none of them.

Of a night we camped together and it sure was fine to set around the fire and listen to those Spanish men sing, and they did a lot of it, one time or another.

We rode through country that looked like hell with the fires out, and we camped at night among the cool pines.

We hadn't seen a rider for three days when we camped among the pines up there in the Blues, and we hadn't seen a track in almost as long.

We camped that night by a little stream where we could have a fire without giving our presence away.

I took him to that house at the edge of town where Cap, Orrin, and me had camped when we first came up to Mora.

Miguel had told me that a couple of men were camped on the edge of town, and one of them was Paisano.

Then I went back to the cave where I was camped and went to work on a bow.

It was hard to believe this was the same river along which I'd fought Comanches and outlaws in Texas — that we camped of a night beside water that would run into the Gulf one day.