Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of caravanner.

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Examples

  • Feedback from exhibitors is that they met not only keen caravanners & motorhomers but also lots of young families looking for an affordable holiday option.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • Bishop concludes, Using TOWSAFE secures the safety of you and your family, as well as ensuring caravanners stay within the law when towing.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • The Club also provides publications and magazines including: Your Big Sites Book, a biennial sites guide with over 4,000 site listings - the biggest UK sites book available; Camping and Caravanning monthly magazine with its Out and About Supplement; free technical information on all forms of camping and caravanning; and Manoeuvring Courses for caravanners and motor caravanners.

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • That croquet lawn must look very tempting to seasoned caravanners such as her husband and her.

    Grace and Favour

  • Well bundled against the cold, Halla joined the caravanners around a large fire and listened as they talked.

    Dragon's Fire

  • "Hello!" he called into the mine, thinking that perhaps some of the caravanners had gone for a look at the mine.

    Dragon's Kin

  • Leading them were the smaller, but bright and cheerfully painted domicile wagons owned by the caravanners.

    Dragon's Kin

  • He decided to borrow a bicycle from one of the nearby caravanners.

    The Mystery of the Vanished Prince

  • Ern had heard the church clock striking twelve, and as he had been promised a camp dinner by the caravanners next to his tent, if he got back at half-past twelve, he felt impelled to go.

    The Mystery of the Vanished Prince

  • The caravanners were all in a state of indignation and curiosity.

    The Mystery of the Missing Man

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