Recent Examples of camel from the Web
The Americans, with their Bedouin guides and camels, found nothing for years.
Standing in front of a purple Patagonia fleece, a woman recounted a story about her husband wearing the same one on the back of a camel during their family vacation.
Big Daddy Dune surrounds the camel thorn trees and dried clay of Deadvlei.
The tendency to grow thicker coats in the winter—and shed them in the summer—has also been documented in a variety of animals, including monkeys, cats, dogs, and camels.
The ancient Romans called it a cameleopard–seeing it as a combination of a camel and leopard.
In May, the government declared a nationwide ban on the sale of cattle for slaughter—a definition that includes cows, buffaloes and camels.
For example, any unexpected disruption to my routine like a change to my teaching schedule can be the straw that breaks the camel’s back.
Warm grays with rich, earthy shades of camel, rust, tobacco, brown-blacks, delicious red and burnt yellow will edge out cooler neutrals for a more decadent look. 3.
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Origin and Etymology of camel
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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