sleepaway camp


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sleepaway camp

(ˈsliːpəˌweɪ)
n
a camp providing facilities for teenagers to sleep away from home
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Miles is a first-time counselor at a sleepaway camp in the eastern United States.
I went to sleepaway camp every summer when I was growing up.
Maybe you learned it at Hebrew School, or sleepaway camp.
THIS WAS IT: I was going to send my friend Josh a casual "I like you" Snapchat, and he was going to admit he'd only had eyes for me ever since that magical moment when we met on the first day of sleepaway camp.
But recently, she allowed them to go to sleepaway camp.
But I've never been to sleepaway camp before, and I'm worried about being around kids I don't know.
This northeastern Georgia region is an area where expressions such as "Jew 'em down" are casually bandied about, and the nearby Jewish sleepaway camp, Ramah Darom, is referred to as "that Jew camp" or even, improbably, "Camp Ramadan.
Pine Forest offers a well-rounded, coed sleepaway camp experience with an action-packed schedule.
They wouldn't let Aiden bring his whiffle ball bat or Green Eggs and Ham, even though he was going to sleepaway camp for a really long time.
Heading off to sleepaway camp is a way of defining ourselves.
Enter "lint camp," sleepaway camp for speleologists, spelunkers, cavers, and good-natured hangers-on.
The seven-day Sleepaway Camp is for solo campers and includes meditation space and a library.