Synonyms for encamp

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It is evening, and as we are weary with our wanderings, we encamp here all night.

When night came on, I did not consider it safe to encamp near the Tibetans.

They encamp before the city, and draw their trenches round the walls.

On the eastern side Murray was moving closer, to encamp for the siege.

At the close of the day it was always necessary to run the canoe ashore, to land and encamp.

They generally, as a measure of protection against their enemies, endeavored to encamp upon the point of an island.

He returned to encamp in a dense cane-brake, where no foe could approach without giving warning.

As they were preparing to encamp in the shelter of a grove, they heard voices, and soon beheld fifteen Indians approaching.

It was nearly sundown, and I concluded that they intended to encamp for the night.

When night came I did not consider it safe to encamp near the Tibetans.

WORD ORIGIN

1560s, from en- (1) "make, put in" + camp (n.). Related: Encamped; encamping.