Definition of "camping" []

  • A place where tents, cabins, or other temporary structures are erected for the use of military troops, for training soldiers, etc (noun)
  • The military life (noun)
  • Tents, cabins, etc, used as temporary lodgings by a group of travellers, holiday-makers, Scouts, etc (noun)
  • The group of people living in such lodgings (noun)
  • A field or paddock fenced off as pasture (noun)
  • A group supporting a given doctrine or theory (noun)
  • A place where sheep or cattle gather to rest (noun)
  • Suitable for use in temporary quarters, on holiday, etc, esp by being portable and easy to set up (noun)
  • To establish or set up a camp (verb)
  • To live temporarily in or as if in a tent (verb)
  • To put in a camp (verb)
  • Present participle of camp. (verb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

  • Activity of camping (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "camping" in a sentence
  • "We got off due to the fact that the rule book states that "camping" is sleeping between the hours of 10pm and 8am."
  • "Many, being luxurious in their tastes, build tiny houses and call them camps, but the true and only genuine "camping" is done under canvas, and its devotees care not for other kinds."
  • "Also, there may be rain, and well -- I'm right hard, it's true, but I'm also not stupid, and the whole point of camping is to go and unplug and have fun."