Crossword clues for motorhome
n. (alternative spelling of motor home English)
A motorhome (or motor coach) is a type of self-propelled recreational vehicle or RV which offers living accommodation combined with a vehicle engine. The term motorhome is most commonly used in the United Kingdom, United States, and Canada.
Motorhomes are part of the much larger associated group of mobile homes which includes caravans, also known as tourers, and static caravans. The overarching ' mobile leisure' terminology encompasses all aspects of the industry from caravan parks, sales dealerships, manufactures, holiday parks through to the vast supporting services to the sector.
Motorhome was formed in the early 1990s by Josiah Mazzaschi after he moved from Boston to Chicago to attend the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Josiah met Kristen Thiele at art school. They were joined by Laura Masura on drums. They were initially courted and groomed for a major label deal that never panned out.
Motorhome released two albums, "Sex Vehicle" on the Dirt label, and "Man of the Future" by themselves.
Josiah Mazzaschi later formed Light FM (band).
Usage examples of "motorhome".
Elliot had bothered to plant a locator-bug in this motorhome, or whether the Death Star was watching for them, right now, and could it pick them up, out here?
Bolan was tracking in the Warwagon, a twenty-six-foot GMC motorhome which served him admirably as base camp, scout ship, battle-cruiser, home.
The physical evidence was impressive enough, what with the burned-out police car and the scorched and dented motorhome, not to mention the scrapes and bruises on the officers who had been knocked around.
The driver of the motorhome was a gray- haired, wrinkled gentleman of 78 and next to him was his wife of 55 years, gray-haired and wrinkled, too.
It was a convoy of motorhomes on their way to the Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, Oregon.
One moment I was becoming one with and feasting in the traffic court of the cosmos, then the next moment I found myself leaning against the door of my patrol car, the buzzing insects of the early evening clustering around the salty sweat soaking through my uniform, the motorhomes, Fritz later informed me, gone for minutes.