from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To face or bank up with piles and planks, as the soft bank of a river, the foot of an embankment, etc.; protect by piles and planks. See camp-sheathing.
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The hot fat was then poured off into a tin pail, and hung in a little spotted maple near one end of our camp-shed.
It was quite correct, and Vane felt anything but happy, as he stepped on to the top of the camp-shed, where the others were.