or caravaner noun Date: 1909 1. one that travels in a caravan 2. British one who goes camping with a trailer

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  • caravanner — car·a·van·ner || kærÉ™vænÉ™ n. leader of a convoy; person who travels by a trailer home, one who lives in a trailer home …   English contemporary dictionary

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