caravanner

or car·a·van·er

[kar-uh-van-er]
noun
  1. 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.
  2. Chiefly British. a person who travels or lives in a house trailer.

Origin of caravanner

First recorded in 1890–95; caravan + -er1
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Examples from the Web for caravaners

Historical Examples of 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