Camel [noun]

Definition of Camel:

light brown color

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Sentence/Example of Camel:

He and I went through many distant places in India with camel caravans, carrying loads of silver and gold, spices and fruits.

I followed his advice, allowed my luggage to be carried, and patiently mounted my camel.

With the soft tuft of camel hair he blurred against the peak pale, luminous vapor of new cloud.

And the same John had his garment of camel's hair, and a leathern girdle about his loins: and his meat was locusts and wild honey.

Junglee was close behind the camel leading my pony, and the others in the rear, but all in their places.

At the right of the duke, and towering above him with its large body, ambles a camel richly caparisoned.

The dromedary, therefore, occupies an immense tract of land, while the camel is confined to narrow limits.

The feet of the camel are formed to travel in sand; and he cannot support himself on moist and slippery ground.

Herbage and pasture are wanting in this country, as is also the ox, whose place is supplied by the camel.

The camel is the least thirsty of all animals, and can pass several days without any drink.