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glamp

[ glamp ]
/ glæmp /
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verb (used without object) Informal.
to go camping, but with nontraditional accommodations that include some of the comforts and luxuries of home: While we camped under the stars, they glamped in a tricked-out tent complete with a cappuccino machine.
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Origin of glamp

First recorded in 2005–10; blend of glamour or glamorous + camp1 (in the sense “to live outdoors temporarily in a tent for recreation”)

OTHER WORDS FROM glamp

glamp·er, noun
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