American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An area suitable or used for camping.
- n. A place where a tent may be or is pitched.
- n. a site where people on holiday can pitch a tent
- camp + site (Wiktionary)
“A great alternative to leashing your dog at a campsite is a portable outdoor exercise pen.”
“A boy and his father awaken early to watch the sunrise from their mountain campsite, but they begin to panic when the sky remains dark long into the afternoon.”
“The campsite is usually crowded all day long with friends and fans who want to stop by and relax in our FirstShowing. net Lounge.”
“Our campsite is right on the shores of Lake Ontario.”
“He was referring to a campsite on a snowfield at the 10,000-foot level.”
“The campsite was the same, the smells were always familiar and the scenic train ride out there always made me excited.”
“There perched in a pitch pine in the middle of a campsite was a magnificent snowy owl.”
“My attitude on this subject was severely impacted by the Great Campout of 2002: I was 6 weeks pregnant, our campsite was a mile from the nearest bathroom, it rained for two days straight, there was so much water in our stupid tent that our air mattress was literally floating, and we had to cook over a stinky campfire.”
“Between it and our campsite were a variety of mushrooms, the most spectacular of which were Red Wax Caps (Hygrocybe coccinea).”
“There is nothing left from the former times but the surrounding hills and the views over the campsite are the same.”
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English words used by foreigners in a different sense than they would be used by native speakers + madeupical "English" words that sound English but are not recognized as such by native speakers of...
I'll bring the bug spray and the waterproof matches.
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