day camp

NOUN
  1. a camp providing care and activities for children during the daytime
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How To Use day camp In A Sentence

  • This was a major provider of not only walking holidays but also package holidays and holiday camps.
  • I'll Be Your Mirror London, Alexandra Palace - review A name change heralded the first major All Tomorrow's Parties weekender in London, which usually confines its leftfield line-ups to out-of-season holiday camps. Evening Standard - Home
  • Here, we consider the concept of negative advertising and the effects such practices have on modern-day campaigning.
  • Also afterwards, President Bush opened a five-day campaign swing with a bus tour in Florida.
  • Yet the ‘Camp’ here is supposed to refer to Camp Ovation, the performing arts holiday camp for adolescent misfits and malcontents.
  • So long as you are not actually ill, hungry, frightened or immured in a prison or a holiday camp, spring is still spring.
  • The YMCA is running a day camp with crafts, sports, and water fun.
  • They’ll soon get ready to head out for entrepreneur day camp, where they role-play as banker, shopkeeper, and mayor of a make-believe city and learn how to levy taxes and create products.
  • Around 360 Scouts, Cubs Beavers and Explorers and their leaders attended the three-day camp at the weekend.
  • It may not lead to the downfall of the state, but then neither did the eight-hour day campaigns that are its inspiration.
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