encamp encamp  /ɪn ˈkæmp/


  • (v) live in or as if in a tent



  1. In the Sanayeh Gardens, the public gardens, refugees from bombed-out homes encamp under strange tall trees that bulge at the top.
  2. Once he berated some refugees who gathered on his lawn in an unruly plea for relief; then he let them encamp under his window.
  3. Olivier opens it with a crepuscular shot of the doomed and exhausted English as they withdraw along a sunset stream to encamp for the night.

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  • "We have completed the arrangement of the positions to encamp the African Union peacekeeping forces, we are ready to welcome them," Deputy Defence Minister Salad Ali Jelle said in Mogadishu.
    on Feb 27, 2007 By: Salad Ali Jelle Source: Sunday Times

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