campfire

[ UK /kˈæmpfa‍ɪ‍ə/ ]
[ US /ˈkæmpˌfaɪɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a small outdoor fire for warmth or cooking (as at a camp)
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How To Use campfire In A Sentence

  • There are reggae jams and Velvet Underground dirges, one-minute tracks that float by like nothing and sprawling campfire singalongs.
  • Forest Service crews routinely discover smoldering campfires along trails.
  • A group of boys and girls gathered around the campfire to sing songs.
  • And good thing too, since one of the true joys of bean consumption is being able to re-enact the campfire scene from Blazing Saddles, although I've found it easier to convince the occasional date to engage in intimacies than to join in the butt trumpet serenading. Old Rice/New Rice....Old Beans/New Beans
  • The temperature was minus 10 degrees centigrade so we gathered around the campfire inside, talking, singing and getting to know each other.
  • Now, the coals of the campfire had burned low and, in the big skillet, rabbit legs and thick bacon rashers spluttered.
  • We find a patch of dry ground, cook our last freeze-dried dinner, and build a campfire.
  • However, at many public parks and forests, campfires are permitted only in established fire rings cleared of all flammable materials.
  • Then he looks at the liver of a sheep, but reading entrails is as old as campfires and rocks so that's not a big surprise. Cross Pollination and Wiscon: brace yourself for rambling
  • By the end, they're just something to jaw about by the campfire.
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