Camp"er(?), n. 1. One who lodges temporarily in a hut or camp, especially who sleeps in a wilderness for recreation.
2. A person who stays at a summer camp or day camp.
3. A vehicle, such as a small truck, or a pickup truck with a hood over the back, equipped for convenience while camping out.
happy camper a person who is pleased with the situation in which s/he finds him/herself. Often used ironically or in understatement, especially in the negative; as, the passengers left behind on the island were not a bunch of
Cam*pes"tri*an(?), } a. [L. campester, fr. campus field.] Relating to an open field; growing in a field, or open ground.
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