Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A light chair constructed like a camp-stool, but with a back.

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Examples

  • Now we'll also get to see whether the awful camp-chair phenom associated with casinos will finally end, or grow worse, it could go either way.

    Calling in the FBI

  • Or a user may spend 3-hours a day logged in, but doing nothing but hanging out in a camp-chair.

    Shirky to TN Readers: Help Me Out?

  • The camp-chair kings are howling, and wondering why LL doesn't shut this down as an exploit -- though casinos with camping are hated by a vocal minority of tekkies and oldbies, still, botting the owners is theft, if they are drained of all their money.

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  • Libsecondlife has had a program for months, related to Copybot, which can log on multiple bots and run them through IMs. These clone drones are flooding camp-chair establishments and training them of thousands of Linden dollars by ordering the bots to sit and occupy all the chairs to get the camp pay-out, but then not play the casinos.

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  • Perdikkas sat back in his leather-slung camp-chair, and stretched out his long legs.

    Funeral Games

  • He assumed a dozen different positions in a short space: first sitting on a camp-chair beside her, then hurried walking up and down, then careless prostration upon the grass.

    Stories by American Authors, Volume 1

  • He sank into the canvas camp-chair that was pushed under him in his corner and gulped at the wind fanned into his heaving lungs by the towel flapped up and down by the twisted-nose second.

    Spring Street A Story of Los Angeles

  • Then I remembered and sat down so quickly that my camp-chair tipped against Celia and knocked her over so that she might have fallen off the platform if there had not been a railing around it.

    Beatrice Leigh at College A Story for Girls

  • We're going to hunt elephant -- not where you get them driven up while you sit in a camp-chair, either.

    The Rogue Elephant The Boys' Big Game Series

  • "But that is the very place," cried Edith, and Albert, and Mrs. Jerrold from her camp-chair.

    Mae Madden

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