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camel's hair the hair of a camel, which is soft and fine, or a substitute for this hair. [2 definitions]
camel's-hair brush a type of small brush made from the hairs of a squirrel's tail and used by artists.
Camembert a rich creamy cheese with a soft center.
cameo a method of carving a gemstone so as to leave a slightly raised image of one color and a background of another. [3 definitions]
camera a device with a shutter and lens that produces photographs by recording images on a light-sensitive film or plate. [2 definitions]
cameraman a man who operates a motion-picture or television camera.
camera-shy having or showing a dislike of being photographed.
camerawoman a woman who operates a motion-picture or television camera.
Cameroon a West African country on the Atlantic coast south of Nigeria.
camisole a woman's sleeveless, waist-length undergarment.
camomile variant of chamomile.
camouflage a method of concealing something such as a person, vehicle, or building, esp. from an enemy military force, by covering it or coloring it so as to imitate its surroundings. [5 definitions]
camouflageable combined form of camouflage.
camp1 an outdoor place where tents or temporary shelters are set up. [8 definitions]
camp2 the style of something such as clothing, decoration, art, or the like that is considered amusing because of its consciously pretentious showiness or outlandishness. [2 definitions]
campaign a military operation organized to achieve specific objectives. [4 definitions]
campanile a bell tower, esp. a free-standing one near another building such as a church.
campanula any of various bellflower plants that bear bell-shaped, usu. blue flowers.
camp bed (chiefly British) a small portable bed, esp. one that folds up; cot.
camp chair a lightweight folding chair, usu. made of canvas, plastic webbing, or the like.
campcraft the knowledge, techniques, or practice of camping outdoors.