camel

Part of speech: noun

A large Asiatic or African ruminant, having a humped back, and able to subsist long without water.

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Usage examples "camel":

  1. It's easier to motor into heaven on that road than to drive a camel in New York. - "From the Car Behind", Eleanor M. Ingram.
  2. At last the great camel with its sacred burden stopped in front of Kaid for his prayer and blessing. - "The Weavers, Complete", Gilbert Parker Last Updated: March 14, 2009.
  3. " This is my camel," he said. - "Tartarin of Tarascon", Alphonse Daudet.