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  • n. Plural form of campfire.


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  • "An 'right here I want to remark," Bill went on, "that that animal's familyarity with campfires is suspicious an 'immoral."

    The She-Wolf

  • All had many friends among the other Virginia regiments, and their campfires were the center toward which men trooped by scores.

    With Lee in Virginia A Story of the American Civil War

  • Other facilities such as campfires, tents, and pubs have to be erected to give your followers respite from their angry god, allowing them to recharge so they can return to work the fields again.

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  • This is a recurring song at leftist "campfires," and it typically elicits a mixture of disgust and envy.

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  • "Citizens of Western Washington should be extremely cautious with fireworks and any fire sources such as campfires this Independence Day weekend," the warning says.

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  • The school has also adopted unconventional names for parts of its campus - teaching spaces are "campfires", meeting places are "watering holes" and small one-on-one areas are - Stuff

  • " Perhaps the campfires are a message, spelled out letter by letter.

    The Gunslinger

  • Much discussion and uproar around the tribal campfires!

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  • Throw in some practical jokes and many laughs, tall tales, campfires, a few beers, good food, and a serious dose of work, preparation, tradition, respect for the elders and our quarry.

    What is deer camp about any way?

  • And that's why we have stalked and tracked your species for millennia, why we have circled your campfires, why we have sought you out and sat at your feet.

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