Campers [noun]

Definition of Campers:

mobile home

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Opposite/Antonyms of Campers:


Sentence/Example of Campers:

To him Marie appeared hazily as another camper who helped fill the car—and his pocket—and was not at all hard to look at.

It should never be left upon the ground or set up against a tree to endanger the legs and feet of the camper.

But a clean, orderly camp is much more important than a clean-faced camper.

The rear of the tent is used for the storing of equipment or "duffle" as the camper calls it.

Over this was placed the sleeping bag, and no softer bed ever held a tired camper.

But if the weather-bound camper exhausts this or tires of it, he may turn to gun-cleaning or tackle-mending.

Even Mrs. Slater, who was no camper herself, implored Miss Higgins to change her mind.

Jean and Jack made a fire, because no camper is really happy without one.

I, too, have been an enthusiastic camper and can help myself better than the physicians can.

At the big live oak tree we found an American camper, who was on his way to the gold mines.