verb (used with object), camp·shed, camp·shed·ding.
to line (the bank of a river) with campshot.
Origin of campshed
First recorded in 1880–85; variant of campshot
a facing of planks and piles placed along the bank of a river to prevent erosion.
Origin of campshot
First recorded in 1685–95; origin uncertain
Also called camp·shed·ding, camp·sheet·ing.
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