bivouac definition

  • noun:
    • a short-term encampment usually in an unsheltered location.
    • An encampment the night, often without tents or addressing.
    • Any short-term encampment.
    • The watch of an entire military when the sun goes down, when at risk of shock or attack.
    • The watch of a whole army when the sun goes down, whenever vulnerable to surprise or assault.
    • An encampment when it comes to evening without tents or addressing.
    • An encampment of soldiers on view air without tents, each soldier remaining clothed with his tools by him; for this reason, figuratively, a position or circumstance of ability for problems, or a predicament demanding severe watchfulness.
    • a website where folks on christmas can pitch a tent
    • temporary lifestyle quarters specifically built by the military for troops
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To camp in a bivouac.
    • to view during the night or be on guard, as a whole army.
    • To encamp for the evening without tents or covering.
  • verb:
    • to create camp.
    • To watch during the night or perhaps on guard, overall military.
    • To encamp when it comes to evening without tents or addressing.
    • live in or just as if in a tent
  • others:
    • To encamp on view atmosphere without tents or addressing, as soldiers on a march or perhaps in expectation of an engagement.

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