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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of encamp.

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Examples

  • -- The Israelites had lain encamped in Wady-Er-Rahah and the neighboring valleys of the Sinaitic range for the space of eleven months and twenty-nine days.

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • I got here yesterday and found all well and also got my commission it had been here for some time Capt Patrick seemed glad to see me he had sent George Freed up to the Junction the day before yesterday to tell me Col Stuart would not let him send a man up to attent to me and for me to get on the cars and go home until I got well, but George did not see me and I knew nothing of it until I got here I told the Capt that I had a certificate for 30 days furlough he said I ought have stayed at home that it would have been all right I was very much surprised to find my commission here The Capt had it sent up to me by [illeg.] but I did not see him if I had I could have gone back and stayed at home for some time but I think it was all for the best we call encamped here at the Court House with about 3000 or 4000 infantry and 1 company artillery all commanded by Col Stuart I am tolerably well.

    Augusta County: William B. Gallaher to H.S. Gallaher, August 7, 1861

  • On the East passed a small island in the morning, then two points 37 and a small bay close38 to where we encamped which is in the entrance of another bay.

    Journal of John Work, November and December, 1824

  • The celebrities encamped in downtown Atlanta—and Atlantans came out to gawk.

    Burial for a King

  • Most, if not all of the encamped protestors, chose to be arrested.

    Mark Cassello: Occupy Chicago: Tent City Raid Leads to 175 Arrests

  • At least a hundred thousand Persians were encamped below them.

    Alexander the Great

  • The Persian governors and generals of Asia Minor were encamped only twenty miles away across the Granicus River at the town of Zeleia.

    Alexander the Great

  • He declared on "Meet the Press" that his goal was "To stand up to the special pleaders who are encamped, I should say, encircling the state capitol, and to see through their particular factional claims to the broad public interest."

    David Boaz: Governor Veto

  • Are you with the Gauntlet Knights encamped in the outer ward?

    The Gauntlet Thrown Chapter Thirty Six

  • Did you plan to use the Gauntlet Knights encamped in the outer bailey?

    The Gauntlet Thrown Chapter Thirty Seven

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