camel

[ US /ˈkæməɫ/ ]
[ UK /kˈæmə‍l/ ]
NOUN
  1. cud-chewing mammal used as a draft or saddle animal in desert regions
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How To Use camel In A Sentence

  • Of particular significance to ancient Arabia was the domestication of the dromedary (one-humped camel) in the southern part of the peninsula between 3000 and 2500 B.C.E.
  • Something about paper walls, I think, about archery, and a good deal about evergreen laurel, myrtle and wild camellia.
  • Unless you've been hiding under an unfashionable rock for the past year, you'll have the word camel firmly rooted in your fashionista lexicon. Philippa Young: Camel: It Doesn't Matter if You're Black or White
  • Experts agree that hippos belong to the mammalian order Artiodactyla, a group of even-toed, hoofed creatures whose extant representatives include camels, pigs and ruminants such as cows.
  • The straw that broke the camel's back was "jete" - which I said was a ballet term, from the French. Archive 2009-01-01
  • The llama is related to the camel.
  • The locals told me that it's normal to see camels walking through the desert and their guts fall out because camel spiders eat their intestinal walls.
  • Unfortunately, the group's dalliance with satanism proved to be their undoing, the proverbial straw that broke the camel's back.
  • In 1975 he portrayed the king in a Los Angeles revival of "Camelot".
  • They hunt for camel meat by putting land mines around the region's brackish waterholes.
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