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  • adv. Toward a camp, campwards


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camp +‎ -ward


  • They had turned and were walking campward when someone shouted.

    The Grass Crown

  • The girls, now greatly refreshed, turned campward and sat down on the ground to eat "poisoned pig," as Hippy Wingate had named the bacon with its bitter alkaline taste.

    Grace Harlowe's Overland Riders on the Great American Desert

  • This they felt was an unlucky incident, and with saddened hearts turned their faces campward, which on reaching they found in consternation at the prolonged absence of Edward and Anne.

    The American Family Robinson or, The Adventures of a Family lost in the Great Desert of the West

  • She may have trouble mounting her bronco again, but, likely as not, a teamster will be going campward at that very moment and will see her once more safely on the "hurricane deck."

    Janey Canuck in the West

  • Hanging perilously by one hand, Enoch grasped the long, bloody hair and then, rolling back on to the ledge, he stuffed his loot into his game bag and started campward.

    The Enchanted Canyon

  • The sun was setting when he reached the head of the trail on his way campward.

    The Enchanted Canyon

  • By now it was four o'clock, and past time to turn campward.

    The Killer

  • When at a safe distance he straightened his back, and set his footsteps rapidly campward.

    The Leopard Woman

  • So again he turned campward, Mahan at his collar and an annoyingly hindering tail of men stumbling silently on behind them.


  • When he thoughtfully wended his way campward under the quiet stars he realized that the coming of Bishop Kane had made a subtle change in the women.

    The Rainbow Trail


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