caravanner

or car·a·van·er

[kar-uh-van-er]
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noun

Also car·a·van·eer [kar-uh-va-neer] /ˌkær ə væˈnɪər/.
  1. a leader of a caravan.
  2. a person who travels or lives in a caravan.
Chiefly British. a person who travels or lives in a house trailer.

Nearby words

  1. caratacus,
  2. caratinga,
  3. caravaggio,
  4. caravaggio, michelangelo merisi da,
  5. caravan,
  6. caravansary,
  7. caravanserai,
  8. caravel,
  9. caraway,
  10. carb

Origin of caravanner

First recorded in 1890–95; caravan + -er1

Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for caravaners

  • Just before sunset the caravaners arrived in front of the hotel where they intended to spend the night.

    The Ranch Girls' Pot of Gold|Margaret Vandercook