Definitions

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  • n. A person who leads a caravan (trail of animals)
  • n. A person who holidays in a caravan (mobile home)

Etymologies

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caravan +‎ -er

Examples

  • However, you can't see any of it (even though you're crawling along at 10mph behind a Belgian caravanner with no sense of direction and no ability to check his mirrors) because of ten-foot hedgerows along 90% of the roads.

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  • FACT – Our UK Foreign secretary is a very keen caravanner.

    EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - Car vs Trailer

  • But all we got from the great caravanner was the same empty rhetoric for which her boss is rightly derided.

    A missed opportunity

  • None other than the environment secretary herself, the odious caravanner Margaret Beckett, announced yesterday that the UK would proceed on the basis of the lower carbon allowance that ministers had originally submitted, caving in to the commission after it had refused to permit an increase in the allocation.

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  • Tonight, there were huge fires burning in the pits placed at the center of the square, and long wooden tables with benches had been drawn around them to provide seating for everyone, camper and caravanner alike.

    Dragon's Kin

  • Disabled caravanner given criminal record for penknife in car

    Libertarian Blog Place

  • A disabled caravanner who kept a penknife in his glove compartment to use on picnics has blasted the authorities after being dragged through court for possessing an offensive weapon.

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  • We have a wonderful location, and what better place to come as a caravanner than

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  • Separately, the great caravanner, Margaret Beckett was there too, telling not the EU parliament’s agriculture committee about the British government's plans for CAP reform.

    A missed opportunity

  • Hugh had passed through Taos on his way to the post, where, by pure chance, he witnessed the abrupt end of Teddy Tombali, Charlie Bent’s head caravanner—a man who had safely guided several commercial expeditions to Saint Louis, with the loss of only one man and a few horses.

    The Berrybender Narratives

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