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boondock (plural boondocks)
- (chiefly in the plural) A brushy rural area or location.
- We got lost out in the boondocks, miles from anywhere.
- To camp in a dry brushy location. (Can we add an example for this sense?)
- To stay in a recreational vehicle in a remote location, without connections to water, power, or sewer services.
- While traveling in the American southwest, we saved money on campsites by boondocking in the desert.
camp in dry location
stay in recreational vehicle