- a person who is supportive of the cause, person or organisation
- an associate
- ‘camp’ could relate to another person, religion, organisation or any business association too
- The only issue of being related to a celebrity is that the camp followers never leave you alone.
- I am a camp follower of his aerobics techniques.
- To be a camp follower requires one to believe in the camp. You my friend, do not qualify.
- Could it be that famous actors have a habit of their privacy being invaded by camp followers?
- This particular political party has a lot of camp followers because of the invigorating speeches that their leaders make.
- It is true that all camp followers listen to him speak on the radio every morning. To start your day with such fresh thoughts is what brings people back the next day.
- The camp followers knew that she will be travelling to Europe this month.
- Now-a-days camp following is much easier with social media like Facebook and Twitter.
- The trouble with having a music celebrity as one’s spouse is all the camp followers and fans forever trying to invade your privacy.
The origin comes from the glorification of one thing into a camp. A follower is one who believes in this idea, whether physical or metaphorical. This phrase probably originated between 1800-1810.
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