Definition of Caravanners
1. caravanner [n] - See also: caravanner
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Caravanners
Literary usage of Caravanners
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Guide to the Best Fiction in English by Ernest Albert ( Baker (1913)
"caravanners, The, 165. CARBERY, Ethna, 200. Carcassonne, 184, The Most Famous Loba. Cárcel de Amor, La, 638. Card, The, 176. Card of Fancie, The, 5. ..."
2. Landmark Visitors Guide Cornwall by Rita Tregellas Pope (2006)
"Praa (Pray) Sands, a caravanners' haven, has a silver mile of dunes and safe beaches. Motorists can drive on to the privately-owned Acton Castle where ..."
3. Dordogne by Mike Smith (2006)
"The secret, of course, is to make motorway travel fun and treat the journey as an enjoyable part of the holiday. caravanners require an overnight stop on ..."
4. Scotland by David Whyte (1998)
"Camping in Scotland varies wildly and is dominated by caravanners whose site facilities also allow tents. Most sites are well provided for with showers and ..."