Recent Examples of camel from the Web
For a brief period, the U.S. Army used camels to usher supplies across West Texas.
The jacket, which had classic camel trench sleeves and a draped leather bodice, had previously been worn by Cardi B at Wang's Fall 2018 show during New York Fashion Week.
Gywneth Paltrow wore the most impeccable camel coat.
Go white-water rafting, horseback riding, and hiking through jungles in Costa Rica, visit India’s iconic Taj Mahal, ride a camel and then cruise down the Nile in Egypt, and explore beaches and deserts in Morocco.
Soon after, a Democrat trying to unseat Toohill that year briefly ran a campaign ad that featured a photo of Toohil and a man atop a camel during a trip to Israel.
At one time tourists used to pour into Timbuktu to ride camels across the desert.
See Caribbean dancers, contortionists, acrobats, a hire-wire act, teeterboard, a giant wheel, Russian bar, elephants, motorcycles, and a mixed animal act featuring zebras and camels under the big top at Miramar Regional Park, 16801 Miramar Parkway.
It’s birthing season and this year, 30 camels are pregnant.
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Origin and Etymology of camel
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
CAMEL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of camel for English Language Learners
: a large animal of Africa and Asia that has a long neck and one or two large humps on its back and that is often used for desert travel
CAMEL Defined for Kids
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