Examples of encamp in a Sentence
the hike will take several days, and we plan to encamp along the trail
as the hurricane raged outside, the stranded tourists were encamped overnight in the high school gym
Recent Examples of encamp from the Web
Students swarmed Howard’s administration and encamped there in late March.
Al-Qaida, kicked out of Saudi Arabia, had been encamped in a relatively remote part of the Pashtun area of Afghanistan, as guests of sorts (a status, Mullah Omar protested, required under Islamic law).
Montgomery County’s Fort Washington was known as Engardtown, before Gen. George Washington encamped there after the defeat at the Battle of Germantown.
Depending on the supply of food and water within, those inside could often outlast the enemy encamped beyond the walls.
Alex Kunevicius served with an Army unit encamped near Henderson Field, the biggest target on Guadalcanal.
Malkki kept her focus on elucidating the music, seemingly oblivious to a raging thunderstorm that sent the few hardy souls encamped on the lawn scurrying for cover on Friday.
Outside, 19 networks and 120 reporters are expected be encamped.
Sidewalk cafes are thronged and fountains in the heart of the city, where protesters encamped for months in 2013 to oust the Russia-friendly government, now bubble to music at night.
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ENCAMP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of encamp for English Language Learners
: to set up and use a camp
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