Meaning of decampment in English:

decampment

noun

See decamp

  • ‘What is clear is that Duchamp's decampment to New York is the single most symbolic act in the transfer of cultural power from old world to new.’
  • ‘The ballet begins in Egypt with Cleopatra luxuriating in her bath, and swiftly moves on to her quick-witted evasion of an assassination attempt by her brother to her triumphant seduction of Caesar and decampment to Rome.’
  • ‘Borland will stay in California, so there won't be a repeat of the cost-cutting decampment of WP to Ottawa.’

Pronunciation

decampment

/dɪˈkampm(ə)nt/